Katharinenstraße 17   |   10711 Berlin   |   ☎  +49 (030) 890 698 0

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



Consulate Working Hours

Consular Section

☎ 0049  30 887 111 60



ساعات عمل القسم القنصلي 

Mon-Thu:    10:00h  - 16:00h
Friday:        10:00h  - 16:00h

 Very Important هام جداً 

The Republic of Sudan
Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Office of the Spokesperson and Media Directorate


Press Statement

In the face of the defeats and the tightening of military pressure on it, the terrorist militia has resorted in the past few days to cut off telecommunications and internet services in large parts of the country, through means of terrorism, sabotage, and extorting companies working in this field of vital importance. It goes without saying that this crime has disastrous effects on the socio-economic and humanitarian conditions in various parts of the Sudan. The continued suffering of civilians, resulted from the terrorist militia's aggression will be further exacerbated. This is because cutting off telecommunication and internet services means stopping bank transfers and various digital financial services, which have become a lifeline for a large segment of citizens, in light of the cessation of many economic activities and means of making a living. It also impedes the flow of humanitarian services, including treatment, aid, and rescue efforts for the stranded persons. Moreover, communication between family members separated by war whether they are inside or outside the country will be impossible.

This criminal behavior of the militia provides new evidence that it is implementing a sinister design, under the supervision of its external sponsors, to destroy the infrastructure and State institutions of the Sudan, using foreign mercenaries towards that end.

The militia had previously seized control of the main premises of telecommunications companies, looted and destroyed large number of its branches and equipment, especially in the states of Darfur. This had long-term severe damage to the networks in Darfur. The employees of these companies continued to be exposed to various forms of terrorism and extortion from the militia.

This new crime represents an extension to the militia’s systematic targeting of strategic economic and service facilities such as the Khartoum oil refinery, electricity and water stations, banks, commercial centers, universities, museums and other public facilities.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs calls on the international community, international, regional and humanitarian organizations, and the governments of countries concerned with achieving peace in Sudan, to vigorously condemn this barbaric crime, and to put pressure on the terrorist militia and its sponsors to stop this aggression, which will have a heavy humanitarian cost.

The Republic of Sudan
Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Office of the Spokesperson and Media Directorate
Press Statement

 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs rejects the decision of the US Treasury Department to impose sanctions on Zadna International Co (literally our food stock) under the pretext of its affiliation to the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF).
The Ministry reiterates that SAF is the legitimate national army entrusted with defending the country and its people and protecting national security, national sovereignty and the supreme interests of Sudan. In addition, SAF plays a crucial role in maintaining regional peace and stability, as it is the oldest and the most experienced and professional army in the Horn of Africa.
Therefore, targeting a national corporation under the pretext of its affiliation to SAF can only be interpreted as an attempt to weaken the national army. This not only constitutes a threat to the stability and unity of Sudan, but will also contribute to the menace of terrorism, cross-border organized crimes, and insecurity throughout the entire region.
The unjust decision, furthermore, brings harm to the largest national agricultural company, which contributes greatly to food security in Sudan and beyond. In fact, the decision was based on feeble justifications that do not stand scrutiny or objective evaluation. It cites rather puzzling allegations, such as claiming that Zadna is a vehicle to “military money-laundering ”, an absurd and irrational claim. Imposing sanctions on Zadna displays only a confused and inconsistent position by the US Administration on the Sudanese crisis. The Administration has stated, on more than an occasion, that the RSF terrorist militia is practicing ethnic cleansing and atrocities akin to genocide. On the very day the US Government issued its extremely unfair decision (Wednesday 31 January 2024), Ms Samantha Power, Administrator of the US Agency for International Development, made statements that RSF terrorist militia is practicing ethnic cleansing and atrocities against millions of Sudanese throughout the country. Yet the American Administration, through this decision and its likes, is equating the terrorist militia with SAF, the national army that is actively combating RSF’s terrorism and atrocities against defenseless citizens. In their recent report, the UN panel of experts on the Security Council Resolution 1591 have revealed the real culprits for the continuation of the war in Sudan. If the United States is serious about stopping the war, it has to compel the countries that continue to supply the terrorist militia with lethal weapons or facilitate their delivery, in order to continue its war against the Sudanese people, to stop doing so, instead of taking troubled and contradictory positions, that only encourage the terrorist militia to persist in its crimes.
The designation, announced today by the competent Sudanese authorities, of the RSF militia as a terrorist organization, pursuant to the UN Security Council Resolutions 1373 and 6712, leaves no pretext to consider it an equal party to the national army, or feign impartiality .