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Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan in Berlin

سفارة جمهورية السودان ببرلين

Embassy Working Hours

ساعات العمل بالسفارة 

Mon-Fri:    10:00h  - 16:00h

Sudan Holidays 2018


Consulate Working Hours

ساعات عمل القسم القنصلي

☎ 0049  30 887 111 60

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

 Very Important هام جداً 

++++ 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.


British ambassador in Khartoum pledged on Tuesday that his country would work with the international community to achieve comprehensive peace in Sudan.
Speaking at a ceremony to commemorate the birthday of the Queen of England, Michael Aaron said “We are committed to work with the African Union High-Level Implementation Panel on Sudan (AUHIP), led by Thabo Mbeki, the Troika, the United States and Qatar to achieve peace in Sudan, particularly Darfur.”
The British ambassador also commended the ongoing efforts to implement the national document of the Sudanese national dialogue conference which concluded in October last year, highlighting that what concerns Britain is the way to combine the national dialogue document with the AU road map and find an encouraging climate to enhance peace.
Towards efforts to ensure peace, in March 2016, the Sudanese government signed the African Union road map related to the ceasefire in South Kordofan, Blue Nile and Darfur. Five months later, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N), the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) and the opposition National Umma Party (NUP), also signed on.
Following a year of talks, in October 2016, Sudan’s national dialogue conference approved the national document.
The final document, covering principles of rule, public freedoms, identity, peace, unity, economy and external relations, will serve as the basis of the country’s permanent constitution.
In January 2014, Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir declared an initiative calling on the opposition parties and the armed groups to join a national dialogue to end the country’s crises. Major political parties and armed movements, including the Revolutionary Front Alliance which brings together the SPLM-N and the major Darfur armed movements, refused to participate in the conference.