- Written by Buzzy Gordon
A worldwide Week of Italian Cuisine was celebrated in Israel November 20-26, 2017, with meals, master classes, movie screenings, symposia and other activities highlighting the second time this initiative was marked in this country. Under the patronage of the Embassy of Italy in Israel, the Week of Italian Cuisine enjoyed the active support of the local chapter of the Italian Academy of Cuisine, which sponsored several events promoting awareness of and appreciation for the culinary arts of our Mediterranean neighbor to the west.
- Written by President’s Spokesperson
President Reuven Rivlin and First Lady Nechama Rivlin officially began their State Visit to Spain this morning, welcomed by King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain with an official welcoming ceremony at the Royal Palace in Madrid. Following a gun salute, the King and the President together reviewed a military guard of honor, and stood together with the Queen and First Lady for the national anthems of both countries.
- Written by Silvia G Golan
The Embassy of Ecuador in cooperation with the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality, Department of Performances, at a special event: Cacao - the luxury taste of Ecuador
The Cacao and Chocolate Experience of Enchanted Ecuador
On November 2, 2017, Tel Aviv’s New Station Compound (Hatachana) host a special event at which Ecuador reveal the unique tastes and aromas of its superlative Cacao and chocolate, considered the best in the world
The event feature chocolate tastings for the public at large and an exhibition of photographs depicting the history of cacao in Ecuador and the breathtaking vistas of Ecuador and the Andes
- Written by Silvia G Golan and Aviv Hanuka
On Monday evening October 30th, the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in Israel held its National Day celebration. Diplomats, politicians, business and civil society leaders gathered at the Korean Embassy in Herzliya, where they enjoyed Korean food and music in honor of the occasion.
- Written by Steven Aiello
On Thursday evening the Embassy of Austria in Tel Aviv hosted its annual celebration at the home of Ambassador H.E. Mr. Martin Weiss and his wife Susi in Herzliya. Guests enjoyed live music, Austrian delicacies, and a friendly ambience all evening.
The evening opened on a somber note, with Ambassador Weiss calling for a moment of silence to honor honorary consul Pinchas Zeltzer, who recently passed away. Tackling another difficult topic, the ambassador mentioned the “elephant in the room” -- recent elections in Austria, which included relative electoral gains by far-right parties. Ambassador Weiss assured his guests that regardless of who the next government coalition would consist of, Austria would remain both pro-European and dedicated to protecting individual rights and fighting anti-Semitism and other forms of bigotry.
Gilad Erdan, the Minister of Public Strategy, Strategic Affairs, and Information, spoke on behalf of the Israeli government. Minister Erdan commented on the strengthening of Austria-Israel relations, as evidenced by many recent high-level diplomatic visits: Austrian chancellor Kern, then Foreign Minister Kurz, and Defense Minister Doskozil among others.
Minister Erdan discussed the need for democracies to cooperate in facing contemporary challenges, and mentioned a pending agreement between Austria and Israel in this regard. He also lauded Austria’s efforts to remember and learn from the Holocaust via education and cultural initiatives, as well as its strong stance in combating all forms of anti-Semitism and bigotry. Sticking to the theme of education, the minister highlighted successful partnerships over the last year to enable and encourage Austrian and Israeli student exchanges.
In closing, Minister Erdan thanked Ambassador Weiss for the work that he and his staff do to bring the two nations together, and offered congratulations from the government of Israel to the government of Austria on the occasion of its national day.
A live band in the mezzanine section of the ambassador’s residence then played both the Austrian and Israeli national anthems, and a toast was raised to bilateral relations and the success of both nations. Although the formal portion of the evening ended, guests remained to enjoy the live music and dinner, including Austrian beers and sausages.
Among the many prestigious guests in attendance were former Israeli ambassador to the US Professor Itamar Rabinovich and his wife Efrat; Yechezkal Daskal, the head of the Israel-Austria Chamber of Commerce; Mr. Andrea Nasi from the European Union Delegation to the West Bank and Gaza; Mr. Andreas Obereder from the Austrian company Frequentis, who was in Israel to oversee a joint project; Dov Randel, International Coordinator for the Israel Government Employee Association for Social Awareness, and Ariel Yacobi, Chairman of the Israel Union of Government Employees.
Happy Austrian National Day from www.diplomacy.co.il Staff !!!!!
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