Sudanese Embassy in Moscow, Russia
Uspenskaya Lane, 4A, Moscow, Russia,
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Contact No. - (+7) (495) 699-54-61, (+7) (495) 699-72-45
Fax - (+7) (495) 699-33-42,
Head of Mission: Mr Mohamed Hussein Zaroug, Ambassador
The interests and policies of the president of Sudan and Russia are represented by the Sudanese Embassy in Moscow, headed by the ambassador. The Sudanese Embassy in Moscow preserve and protect the relationship, and be a point of contact between Sudan and Russia. The Sudan Embassy has officers for economic, management, political, public diplomacy and consular roles.
Always call to book an appointment before visiting the Embassy or the Consulate of Sudan in Russia. Your enquiries or requests may not be responded to if you do not call to book an appointment during the official operation hours prior to the visit. However, appointments may be prioritized by the Embassy and Consulate and they may respond to emergencies associated with their stay in Russia. On Russian and holidays, the Embassy and Consulate offices are closed.
Embassy and Consular Services
The Sudan Embassy through the economic, management, public and public diplomacy offices work with the government of Russia to negotiate trade laws, manage Sudan properties, monitor political trends, and build mutual support and understanding for Sudan policies. The Sudan Consulate undertakes activities serving to protect Russian citizens in Russia, as well as issuing nationals new passports when the previous one expires, get stolen or lost. The consulate also issues visas to non- citizens who wish to travel for holiday, work, study or live in Sudan.
Visa types granted by Sudan are;
Travel Health Insurance
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The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has affected the operation of businesses and offices throughout the world, most are now operating at suboptimal level. It is important to place a call to the Embassy or Consular office before visiting in order to be sure about services currently in operation.
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