Israel Consulates

Foreign Consulates Abroad
 

  Israel Consulates in:



Argentina - Cordoba
Argentina - Mendoza
Argentina - Neuquen
Aruba - Oranjestad
Bahamas - Nassau
Barbados - Bridgetown
Belgium - Liege
Belize - Belize City
Bolivia - Santa Cruz
Botswana - Gaborone
Bulgaria - Varna
Canada - Montreal
Canada - Toronto
China - Guangzhou
China - Shanghai
Curacao - Willemstad
Cyprus - Limassol
Ecuador - Guayaquil
Egypt - Alexandria
Estonia - Tallinn
Fiji - Suva
France - Marseille
France - Strasbourg
French Polynesia - Papeete
Germany - Munich
Gibraltar - Gibraltar
Haiti - Port au Prince
Hong Kong - Hong Kong
Iceland - Reykjavik
India - Kolkata
India - Mumbai
Jamaica - Kingston
Lithuania - Vilnius
Luxembourg - Luxembourg Ville
Macedonia - Skopje
Mauritius - Port Louis
Mexico - Monterrey
Mexico - Tijuana
Micronesia - Palikir
Mongolia - Ulaanbaatar
Netherlands - Maastricht
New Zealand - Auckland
Paraguay - Asuncion
Philippines - Cebu City
Portugal - Porto
Slovenia - Ljubljana
the Marshall Islands - Majuro
Turkey - Istanbul
United States - Atlanta
United States - Boston
United States - Chicago
United States - Houston
United States - Los Angeles
United States - Miami
United States - New York
United States - Philadelphia
United States - San Francisco


Information Israel Consulates

Foreign consulates of Israel are bilateral missions abroad. The consulates of Israel promote foreign interests abroad. Consulates are subordinate to the embassies and focus on more specific activities.

A Consulate or Consulate-General of Israel is a diplomatic representative office or mission. The head of the Consulate or Consulate-General is a Consul or a Consul General.

A Honorary Consulate of Israel is generally a independent person who executes certain consular duties. A Honorory Consulate is headed by a Honorory Consul who often works as the diplomatic representative on a part-time basis and often has limited powers.