Mark Sofer

Mark Sofer is Israel's ambassador to India. He was previously deputy director-general of the Foreign Ministry responsible for Central Europe and Eurasia. He joined the Israeli Foreign Ministry in 1981 and has held diplomatic positions in Peru, Norway, and New York. He served as ambassador to Ireland between1999-2002.

Publications by Mark Sofer

Israel and the New Accession States of the European Union

On 1 May 2004, ten new countries were admitted into the European Union. Eight of these were Central and East European: the four Visegrad countries, Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia; the three Baltic countries, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia; and Slovenia. The other two new members were Cyprus and Malta.  Read More »