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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:    09:00h  - 16:00h

 

 

السودانيين القادمين أوكرانيا

السادة السودانيين الذين كانوا يقيمون بجمهورية أوكرانيا قبيل الحرب، نرفق لكم خطاب وزارة الداخلية الألمانية والخاص بالمساعدة التي يمكن تقديمها ... المزيد

Consulate Working Hours

Consular Section

☎ 0049  30 887 111 60

( Tel. Call: 09.30 h - 12.00 h)

consul@sudan-embassy.de

ساعات عمل القسم القنصلي 

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

 Very Important هام جداً 

جوازات السفر المتبقية لدى السفارة

 تهدي سفارة جمهورية السودان ببرلين خالص تحياتها للإخوة والأخوات أعضاء الجالية السودانية بجمهورية ألمانيا الإتحادية وجمهورية بولندا، ويسعدها إفادة السادة الواردة اسمائهم بالقائمة طيه بوجود جوازات سفرهم لدى القسم القنصلي للسفارة وعليهم الحضور ان أمكن لاستلامها/ أو توكيل شخص رسمياً للاستلام... القائمة

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.

Removal of the Sudanese Sanctions Regulations

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نموذج من شهادة تطعيم كوفيد-19

طيه نموذج من شهادة التطعيم السودانية ضد الكوفيد -19 المعتمدة من قبل وزارة الصحة الغتحادية: المزيد

القادمين من الخارج

الإشتراطات الصحية للقادمين من الخارج

على جميع القادمين الي السودان الإلتزام بالموجهات الاتية...... المزيد

تفيد السفارة السودانية ببرلين بوصول جوازات السفر من جنيف، طرف السفارة وعليهم الحضور ان أمكن لاستلامها
Sudan takes part in Arab Labor Ministers’ Conference in Cairo

Sudan takes part in Arab Labor Ministers Conference in Cairo

Cairo, September 20 (SUNA) - Sudan presented a vision for the development of the Arab Labor Organization (ALO) for the period 2023-2027 including addressing the most prominent structural and financial challenges facing the organization, enabling it to enhance its role as one of the tributaries of joint Arab action institutions. Addressing the 48th Arab Labor Conference organized by the Arab Labor Organization, the Minister of Labor and Administrative Reform Souad Al-Tayib Hassan stressed that this year’s conference came in exceptional and extremely important circumstances, pointing to the crises that affected the capabilities of peoples, which require everyone to see the Arab world united in order to build a prosperous future for the Arab nation in a way that demonstrates to the whole world the ability of the Arabs to take the initiative, face challenges and make the Arab peoples cross to safety. The minister added that the conference has to tackle various important and vital interrelated issues that were in line with the work to anticipate and prepare for the future, including the organization’s report on “Digital Economy and Employment” as well as qualitative items on artificial intelligence, new work patterns, digitization and governance of social protection systems. She praised the organization’s efforts and role in this field and its keenness to choose topics that keep pace with the developments in the labor field on the one hand, and meet the needs of the Arab countries on the other hand. The Minister of Labor stressed the need to emphasize the desired role in developing the work of the organization in line with the current challenges facing the Arab region and the aspirations of the Arab citizens in finding decent work and building the necessary capabilities, which Sudan keens to strengthen it by presenting a development vision for the Arab Labor Organization for the period 2023-2027, which includes addressing the most prominent structural and financial challenges facing the organization, in a way that enables it to enhance its role as one of the tributaries of joint Arab work institutions. In a press statement issued by the Egyptian Ministry of Manpower, stating that the 48th session, chaired by the Kingdom of Morocco this year - based on the labor system in Arab labor conferences and attended by the ministers of labor, heads of delegations from employers’ organizations and labor unions from 21 Arab countries, representatives of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States, Arab and international organizations, a number of ambassadors and public figures, discussed issues and challenges facing the labors in the Arab world and came out with recommendations supporting development, economic growth, and providing job opportunities. Meanwhile, the ALO Director-General Fayiz Al-Mutairi presented the report of the organization entitled "The Digital Economy and Employment Issues", in which he monitored the impact that digital transformation had on many countries that adopted it and reaped its fruits, presenting a vision of what the Arab countries can achieve in the near future as a result of expansion in the use of digital transformation tools and systems in their economies. The ALO Director-General's report put in the hands of the three production parties practical and concrete proposals and recommendations for how to harness these technologies, and take advantage of the huge technical energies and capabilities they provide to advance development, raise economic growth rates, and expand the base of future job opportunities in a way that helps eliminate unemployment or reduce its rates.
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