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Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Berlin

سفارة جمهورية السودان ببرلين

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

Embassy Working Hours

ساعات العمل بالسفارة 

Mon-Fri:    10:00h  - 16:00h

Sudan Holidays 2018


Consulate Working Hours

☎ 0049  30 887 111 60

      0049 30 890 698-25

      0049 30 890 698-29

( Tel. Call: 09.30 h - 12.00 h)

ساعات عمل القسم القنصلي 

Mon-Thu:    09:30h  - 14:00h
Friday:         09:30h  - 12:00h

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Removal of the Sudanese Sanctions Regulations

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Information für die Zahlung der Visa- und anderer Konsulatsgebühren

ab Montag, den 22. Oktober 2018, keine Barzahlungen für Visa-Anträge, Legalisierungen oder die Ausstellung von sonstigen Dokumenten mehr akzeptiert.,,, Read More

Why Removal Of Sudan Off SST Is Long Overdue?

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++++ A C H T U N G ++++ +++ Sehr geehrte Besucher der Botschaft, die Botschaft teilt mit, dass die Konsularabteilung der Botschaft der Republik Sudan in Berlin ab Montag, den 22. Oktober 2018, keine Barzahlungen für Visa-Anträge, Legalisierungen oder die Ausstellung von sonstigen Dokumenten mehr akzeptiert. +++ Ab diesem Tag können Zahlungen entweder per +++ Banküberweisung auf das bekannte Konto der Konsularabteilung +++ oder alternativ per Zahlung mit EC- oder Kreditkarte direkt in der Botschaft erledigt werden. +++ Ausnahmen von dieser Regelung können leider nicht gemacht werden. +++ ++++ A T T E N T I O N ++++ +++ Dear visitors of the Embassy, +++ This is to inform you that from Monday, 22. October 2018, the consular section of the Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Berlin, will no longer accept any cash payment for visa application, legalization or issuing of any other document. +++ From this day on, any payment is requested to be made by +++ bank transfer to the known account of the consular section +++ or alternatively through Bank- or Credit Card payment at the Embassy directly. No exception from this regulation can be allowed.

Foreign Ministry Condemns Statement of TROIKA Embassies on Protests

Min of Foreign Aff

Khartoum, Jan. 9 (SUNA)- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued on Wednesday a statement condemning the statement issued by the embassies of the Troika and Canada on the recent protests at some areas of the country and the dealing with the concerned authorities with them, describing the embassies’ statement as prejudiced and contradictory with real facts. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has expressed its rejection and condemnation of the biased statement of the Troika and Canada embassies issued on Tuesday, stating that such a statement was contradictory with the real facts about the recent protests in some parts of the country and the dealing with the authorities with these protests. Through the statement, Sudan Government affirmed its full commitment to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and applicable laws, which, of course, does not allow the acts of violence and illegal activities by illegal entities to achieve illegal objectives, and the agenda contrary to the national interest and the basis for the peaceful transfer of power and the threatening to stability and public security. The Foreign Ministry stressed that the objectivity necessitated that the embassies’ statement should have refer to the extreme violence that accompanied some protests, such as the attacks on government and party facilities, 14 police headquarters, 118 government and partisan facilities, the burning of 194 vehicles, including 102 police vehicles, 21 government vehicles and 15 vehicles belonging to international organizations, banks, shops and private property. The ministry stated that the embassies’ statement did not refer to the facts that the deaths occurred in the context of the violence that accompanied some of the protests, and that among the victims there were members of the regular forces, and the fact that there were no deaths in the events of demonstrations that were not accompanied by acts of violence and attacks on the police, although they were also illegal. According to the Foreign Ministry’s statement, the dear lives that have been lost are to Sudanese citizens whom the government has been keen to protect and to preserve their blood, based on its legal, political and moral responsibilities, therefore a decision of the President of the Republic was issued on formation of a committee to investigate in the death cases, adding that the government of Sudan does not need guidance or preaching of the embassies of the concerned states in this regard. The Foreign Ministry said that while it is renewing its keenness to engage positively with these countries through agreed on dialogue mechanisms, it rejects the concealed threat in the statement, adding that the ministry also affirms the independence of the Sudanese decision, the commitment to protect the sovereignty of the country and the refuse to interference in the nation’s affairs MO

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