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Israeli flag Embassy of Israel in Stockholm

AddressSTORGATAN 31
10440 Stockholm
Sweden
Phonelocal: (08) 5280.6500
international: +46.8.5280.6500
Faxlocal: (08) 5280.6555
international: +46.8.5280.6555
EmailINFO@STOCKHOLM.MFA.GOV.IL
Web sitehttp://stockholm.mfa.gov.il/

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YOHANNES ABISO
Sun, 21 May 2017 09:40 EDT
Help needs for Ethiopian Israel who live in lower level /living in pottery work /
My name is Yohannes Ethiopian Israel.I am 40 years old and married as well have 4 daughters.I have frist degree and working on orphanage charity in which I found.So I will be pleased if I could to introduced with the Embassy in order to help my people.So they are marginalized people in social life due to illtrecy and so social aspects.Please do not ignor this e-mail and reply soon.Thanks.Yohannes
peyman
Wed, 28 May 2014 05:35 EDT
information
I like to feel connected with the Persian-speaking embassy
Larry
Sun, 19 May 2013 08:40 EDT
Anti-semitic-Sweden
What is being done about anti-semitism in Stockholm?

Warm
rachid
Tue, 10 Jul 2012 16:18 EDT
akacha
slam you My name is Rashid Oakeca Moroccan nationality I am 23 I want to work in your state as a construction worker I have 5 years experience in this area ask please help me and accept me and thank you very much

e-mail/ rachid-akacha@hotmail.com

my number/ 00306993024802

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