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Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Berlin

سفارة جمهورية السودان ببرلين

The Press Counsellor

Ali Abayzeed

Mr. Ali Abayazeed


Die Botschaft der Republik Sudan in Berlin bleibt am Do. 21.09.2017 geschlossen

Services for journalists, public and government

The Press and Information Office fulfills two key functions: it supplies information to the public on the work being done by the government and it supplies information to the government so that the latter can do its work well.

The Press Office informs the media and the general public of measures taken, laws passed, as well as policies formulated by the government and it also provides background information on these matters.

Freedom of speech and freedom of choice presuppose access to information and the possession of knowledge. Those who want to be involved in political decision-making processes need to be well informed.

The Press Office serves the information needs of the general public, the media, as well as the government.

The office plays an important role in informing about the German-Sudan relations.

The Press and Information office uses many tools to deliver its message which includes this website, newsletters, projects information sheets and other publications on the German-Sudan relations.

In addition, the Press and Information office responds to all the Media requests and arrange interviews for radio, TV, Internet or print media.


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Sudan Bulletin (2017)

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