Email [email protected]
Tel. +972 3 745 6600
Honorary consulates complement Finland's network of missions abroad.
+358 9 1605 5555
Assistance of Finnish nationals in distress abroad. No visa inquiries. Phone calls will be recorded.
In Finland’s first county elections, a total of 2,923 persons voted in advance at Finland’s missions abroad. The number of advance voters abroad was approximately eight per cent higher than in the 2021 municipal elections.
Finland is classified as At Risk (Orange) country (7.1.2022), more information on restrictions and requirements, see link below. Wearing a face mask is mandatory in indoor public areas in Israel. The isolation lasts until you receive a negative result on the PCR test taken upon arrival in Israel or until 24 hours have passed, if you have not been in a country classified as red and if you have received WHO approved vaccinations. Admission for recovered persons is defined by strict criteria. Different vaccines have different criteria, but in general, one must have received their second or third dose at least 14 days before arrival. Air travel to and from Israel is subject to entry and outbound clearances. All passengers arriving in Israel must present a negative COVID-19 PCR (or rapid) test result taken in the departure country: the negative test and the EU Digital COVID Certificate will work as an equivalent to the Israeli Green Pass.
County elections will be held in Finland on Sunday 23 January 2022. The advance voting period is from 12 to 18 January 2022 in Finland and from 12 to 15 January 2022 abroad. The advance polling stations abroad will be located in Finland's diplomatic and consular missions or their offices in 71 different countries. A total of 97 advance polling stations will be open abroad.
The Government decided to reintroduce internal border control at Finland’s borders starting on Tuesday 28 December. The Government decided on the new restrictions at its session on 28 December. The decision will remain in force until 16 January 2022.