Visa services have resumed on 3 August 2020


In view of the measures taken to address COVID-19 (Corona Virus), the Republic of Malta and its Consulates are suspending all visa services as of 18 March 2020, until further notice. Visas will be issued only in extreme cases on humanitarian grounds or in the case of national interest or for the needs of health authorities.​


Information and Advice from the Ministry for Health​

  • If you have coronavirus symptoms dial 111 or 2132 4086
  • If you are stuck abroad and need assistance dial 0036 2204 2200
  • If you are in quarantine and need help, including food or medicine delivery, dial 2141 1411
  • If you need education-related advice dial 2598 1000​​​​



The diplomatic relations between the Republic of Malta and the State of Israel were formally established in December 1965, shortly after Malta attained its independence. The two countries have, over the past fifty years, enjoyed good relations; these were taken to a higher level in 2008, when Malta opened a diplomatic representation, with resident Ambassador, in Tel Aviv.

The Malta Mission in Tel Aviv seeks to enhance and deepen Malta-Israel bilateral ties; in this sense it endeavours to promote Malta’s strategic geographic position in the Mediterranean, as a regional and international hub for investment, commerce, education, health, tourism; the Embassy also seeks to reach out to the general public in order to promote Malta’s art, history and culture.  Moreover, the Embassy is committed to providing efficient and responsive consular assistance to Maltese Nationals.

You are invited to discover this Embassy and how it can be of service to you.  We also augur that via this portal you will appreciate Malta’s potential as an investment location, its allure for the tourist, as well as it variegated culture.