PM Brown: Middle East parties must be brought together
Gordon Brown states that peace can be achieved in the Middle East based on a secure Israel and a viable Palestinian state. He also stressed that progress on the issue is a top priority for the UK. Click here to read more .
Foreign Office co-hosts international summit on combating anti-Semitism
A unique conference organised by the Foreign Office and the Inter-Parliamentary Coalition for Combating Anti-Semitism brings together over 100 lawmakers from 35 countries to discuss anti-Semitism. Click here to read more .
Contact details for the British Embassy Tel Aviv and the Consular Section.
192 Hayarkon Street
Tel Aviv 63405
1 Ben Yehuda Street
Migdalor Building, 6th Floor
Tel Aviv 63801
Fax: Chancery +972 (0)3 527 1572
Consular +972 (0)3 510 1167
Trade and Investment +972 (0)3 524 3313
Management +972 (0)3 527 8574
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For visa enquiries please contact Worldbridge via the Consulate's website http://ukinisrael.fco.gov.uk
For any other enquiry please call the Consulate on 03-510-0166 between 8 a.m and 12 noon Monday to Friday
UK in Israel
Welcome to the new website of the British Embassy in Israel. Our site will help you discover all you need to know about the UK - from doing business, to visas, passports and all the latest news and statements on Britain's role in the Middle East.
The London Summit - April 2009
We want to hear from you as world leaders ready for the London Summit on tackling the global financial crisis.
Visit our online image gallery
Now you can view photos from recent events and visits in our online photo library and on our Flickr site.
UK's role in the Middle East Peace Process
The Prime Minister and Foreign Secretary are convinced that a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is an important pre-condition for long-term peace in the region. Britain is committed to the peace process and final-status negotiations.
For more on Britain and the Middle East Peace Process, click here.
PM calls for a 'global nuclear bargain for our times'
17 March 2009
Brown says Iran faces a 'clear choice' to continue with its nuclear programme and face further sanctions, or to change to a UN overseen civil nuclear energy programme.
PM speech on nuclear energy and proliferation
17 March 2009
Gordon Brown calls for a 'global nuclear bargain for our times'
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