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Ambassade de Suisse
L'Ambassade sera fermée pour les suivants jours feriés:
Depuis le 15 avril 2011, tous les services consulaires pour la Roumanie et la Bulgarie sont assurés par le Centre consulaire régional Europe Sud-Est à Bucarest, rattaché à l'ambassade de Suisse locale:
- Inscription/Annonce de départ auprès de la Représentation suisse
- Demandes de cartes d’identité et passeports
- Affaires d’état civil (naissance, mariage, divorce etc.)
- Avis de changements d’adresse
- Protection consulaire
- Assistance, etc
Les citoyens bulgares et roumains n'ont pas besoin d'un visa pour la Suisse et peuvent entrer le pays avec un passeport ou une carte d'identité valable.
Model OSCE of the Swiss OSCE Chairmanship
The Swiss OSCE Chairmanship and its Model OSCE project: Switzerland will assume the Chairmanship of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in 2014. In accord with the leitmotif “Creating a Security Community for the Benefit of Everyone”, Switzerland pursues three overarching objectives:
- fostering security and stability in Europe,
- improving people’s lives, and
- strengthening the OSCE and increasing its capacity to take action.
As part of its third objective, Switzerland wants to strengthen the voice of young people and enhance their involvement within OSCE structures. To achieve this goal, Switzerland will organise a Model OSCE series in which one delegate from each of the 57 OSCE participating States will be invited to participate. The participating delegates will be involved in the Swiss OSCE Chairmanship throughout the entire presidential year: By means of simulations of two specific OSCE decision-making bodies, the delegates will get familiar with OSCE structures and -themes. The participants will have the opportunity to acquire and develop various skills in diplomacy and negotiation, public speaking, communication, problem resolution of international issues, and critical thinking. They will improve their team-work and leadership abilities and meet other young people from the 57 OSCE participating States.
Who should register in the Model OSCE? We strongly encourage young people aged 18-30 to submit their applications. Participants must be citizens of one of the 57 OSCE participating States, fluent in written and oral English, interested in international politics, and ready to engage their time and ideas in the framework of this project throughout the year of the Swiss OSCE Presidency.
Please visit the Swiss National Youth Council (SNYC) website to submit your application.
Statement by Resident Embassies in Romania
The United Nations General Assembly has designated 25 November as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. In this context, the undersigned embassies applaud the efforts of Romanian NGOs to highlight the issues of domestic violence.
Domestic Violence, in its extreme manifestation, has resulted in the premature death of mothers, sisters, wives and daughters. It is generally accepted internationally that one in four women are the victims of domestic violence.
While domestic violence is a global problem, it requires local actions and solutions. The undersigned stand in solidarity with civil society in its efforts to improve the situation for victims of domestic violence in Romania. We are willing to share examples of international best practice and to learn from Romanian efforts to improve the safety of women in families.
25 November 2013