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Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Berlin

سفارة جمهورية السودان ببرلين

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S.E. Badreldin M. Abdalla. The Ambassador, his Welcoming to the official Website of the Embassy...

Embassy Working Hours

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Mon-Fri:    10:00h  - 16:00h

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Consulate Working Hours

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☎ 0049  30 887 111 60

Mon-Thu:    10:00h  - 14:00h
Friday:       10:00h  - 12:00h

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عالم الآثار الألمانى فيلدونق يؤكد: إن الحضارة السودانية تسبق الحضارات العالمية بخمسة آلاف عام

dietrich wildungقطع البروفيسور ديترش فيلدونغ المتخصص فى الآثار السودانية والمدير العام الأسبق لمتحفى ميونخ وبرلين لفنون المصريات ان الحضارة السودانية القديمة سابقة لكل الحضارات الأخرى بخمسة آلاف عام بما فيها حضارة مصر الفرعونية وحضارات الشرق الأدنى والإغريق والرومان وإنتهاء بالحضارة الأوربية الحديثة... المزيد.

1st Intellectual Forum of the African Union chaired by Lakhdar Brahimi in Sudan

Marten LejeuneThe 1st Intellectual Forum of the African Union (AU) convened this week in Sudan. The Conference under the theme „Political Stability in Africa: Constraints and Prospects of the.. Read more

Sudan returns to world trade, financial systems after sanction lifted: experts


Department of StateThe U.S. decision to lift economic sanctions on Sudan constituted a turning point in Sudan’s foreign relations, marking its return to the world trade and financial system, according to Sudanese experts... Read more



UN: Situation in Sudan's Darfur region is 'radically' better

UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The U.N. peacekeeping chief said Monday the situation in Sudan's troubled Darfur region "has changed radically for the better" and the United Nations and the African Union are recommending new sharp cuts in their joint security force. ..Read more



Breakthrough in Nile dam talks between Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt

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Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt have agreed on contentious issues pertaining to the technical impact studies and options for filling and operating the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). The agreement was reached in a 15-hour meeting of the ministerial committee on the GERD) including foreign affairs and water ministers and heads of security and intelligence services of the three countries in Addis Ababa on Tuesday night. The water and foreign ministers and heads of intelligence have signed an agreement including holding a biannual meeting of the leaders of Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt to be hosted by the three countries alternately. The agreement provides to send a letter to the consultant including observations and questions of the three countries on the introductory technical report and to discuss the response at the meeting of the national technical committee in Cairo. Egypt in the past refused to accept queries from Sudan and Ethiopia on the terms of reference presented by the consultant firm. But the most important point that the three countries agreed to set up a joint technical team - 5 members from each country- to study the filling of the GERD reservoir and operating the dam. Egypt withdrew its proposal to resort to the World Bank on the matter. The move is seen as a major concession from Egypt ending an over a year-old outstanding issue. Ethiopia and Sudan strongly rejected the proposal, insisting they can resolve differences without involving a third party. Also, it was agreed to hold two meetings in Cairo on 18 and 19 June. The first meeting would be held between the national technical committee and the consultant while the ministerial would meet to approve the introductory report after receiving the response of the consultant. Following the Cairo meetings, the consultant would begin to prepare the social, ecological and economic impact studies as well as the hydrological study pertaining to the scenarios for filling the lake and operating the dam. In press statements following the meeting in Addis Ababa, Sudan’s Minister of Water Resources, Irrigation and Electricity Muataz Musa said a positive spirit has prevailed over the meeting as well as a determination from the three parties to reach an agreement on the basis of the declaration of principles signed in Khartoum in March 2015. “What has been achieved was a result of the instructions of the leaders of the three countries besides continued efforts and patience from the technicians, experts and ministers for about six months and the determination for success was always there in order to achieve aspirations of three peoples,” he said.

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World Bank
WB expects Sudan GDP to increase by 3.1 percent The World Bank said it expects the Sudan Gross Domestic Product GDP to increase by 3.1% next year in l... Read More

In Sudan, Rediscovering Ancient Nubia Before It’s Too Late

Bag1In 1905, British archaeologists descended on a sliver of eastern Africa, aiming to uncover and extract artifacts from 3,000-year-old temples. They left mostly with photographs, discouraged by the ever-shifting sand d.. Read More.

Professor Hoile: Sudan has been subjected to unprecedented, unfair media campaign

Professor HoileThe Director of London Studies Centre, Professor David Hoile has underscored that Sudan has been subjected to unprecedented and unfair media campaign during the past period from US administration and some civil society organizations as well as some European quarters, a campaign no other country faced before..Read More

U.S. restrictions on Sudanese banks lifted fully: official

BillingsleaA visiting delegation from the U.S. Department of Treasury said all restrictions on banking transactions with Sudan have been lifted... Read More

U.S. envoy warns against being too trusting of Sudan's armed opposition

Donald E BoothThe U.S. envoy to Sudan and South Sudan Donald Booth urged the international community on Wednesday to be clear-eyed in dealing with armed Sudanese opposition groups which put political ambitions above the interests of their own people. ..more

Sudan In The Eyes Of An European Lady

Enikö NagyThe first thing that impresses a visitor upon arrival is the warmth of the Sudanese sun - an almost tangible burning heat, followed by the warmth of the Sudanese people. Their ... more


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