Bulgaria–Turkey relations

Bulgarian–Turkish relations are foreign relations between Bulgaria and Turkey. Bulgaria has an embassy in Ankara, two general consulates in Istanbul and Edirne and a chancellery in Bursa. Turkey has an embassy in Sofia and two general consulates in Plovdiv and Burgas.

Bulgarian-Turkish relations
Map indicating locations of Bulgaria and Turkey

Bulgaria

Turkey
Diplomatic mission
Embassy of Bulgaria, AnkaraEmbassy of Turkey, Sofia

Country comparisonEdit

  Bulgaria   Turkey
Population 6,951,482 83,154,997
Area 110,993.6 km2 (42,854.9 sq mi) 783,356 km2 (302,455 sq mi)
Population Density 63/km² (163.2/sq mi) 105/km2 (271.9/sq mi)
Capital Sofia Ankara
Largest City Sofia – 1,241,675 (1,678,041 Metro) Istanbul – 15,214,177
Global Cities Sofia, Varna, Plovdiv, Burgas, Pleven Ankara, Istanbul, Izmir, Antalya, Bursa
Government Unitary parliamentary republic Unitary presidential constitutional republic
Official language Bulgarian Turkish
Current Leader President Rumen Radev
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
Vice President Fuat Oktay
Main religions 59.5% Bulgarian Orthodoxy,
9.3% Not religious,
7.9% Islam,
0.9% Protestantism,
0.7% Catholicism,
21.8% Not declared
95.6% Islam, 0.9% Christianity
Ethnic groups 84.8% Bulgarians,
8.8% Turks,
4.9% Roma,
0.7% Others
85% Turkish, 9% Kurdish, 6% Others
GDP (PPP) $180.170 billion ($26,034 per capita) $2.464 trillion ($29,326 per capita)

DiplomacyEdit

EmbassiesEdit

The Embassy of Bulgaria is located in Ankara, Turkey. The Embassy of Turkey is located in Sofia, Bulgaria.

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