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Embassy of Myanmar in Great Britain, London
Opening times of the Embassy: You can get a visa to Myanmar for up to 3 month from the date of issuance. Contact with a Myanmar embassy by telephone or post usually does not produce any results. Simply come to the embassy in the mornings with all your papers and your photograph.
17 Boxing DayWednesday,26 December 2018 I e-mailed the Myanmar embassy about the country's visas, here's a very useful answer..... Note-1: If you are an ex-Myanmar national, were originally or are a Myanmar resident as a partner or a Myanmar national, you must obtain a social visiting visas (3 photographs and £20.00).
Note-2: You may only access or exit Myanmar via an international airport in Myanmar **(No land entry)**. Note-3: Disclaimer: The Embassy accepts no liability for missing or late mail and other mailings. Note 4: The application can be made upon arrival and for further information please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. or email@example.com.
If you have any further questions, please call 0044 (0)207 499 4340 ext and send it to us at this number. Yours sincerely, Myanmar Embassy London, 19A Charles Street, K1J 05DX,
Embassy of the Republic of Myanmar, Tel Aviv
Myanmar Republic and the State of Israel gained sovereignty in the same year, 1948. Burma was the first Southeast Asian nation to recognise Israel as an autonomous state. Diplomacy between the two nations was initiated on 13 July 1953. He was the first overseas prime minister to come to the new sovereign state of Israel in 1955, and David Ben Gurion (Israel's first prime minister) made one of the longest formal overseas visits for an Israel prime minister with a two-week stay in 1961, which also involved Buddhist study.
Over the years since the beginning of their diplomatic relationship, the two nations have cultivated a powerful bonds of fellowship, including high-ranking official from the two states. Myanmar and Israel have entered into numerous bi-lateral cooperations in the areas of farming, healthcare, education and business. Myanmar's student population has been educated in Myanmar and has been awarded grants to study in Israel since 1994.
Each year, many Israelis come to Myanmar for its kind nature, cordial welcome, pristine beauties and miracles, and some also practise Myanmar's uniquely classic Theravada Buddhism. There have been 20 Myanmar and 20 Myanmar embassies in Israel since the beginning of bilateral ambassadorial work.