Welcome to the German Embassy Khartoum
Kindly be informed that from 18 March 2018 on visa fees must be paid in euros.
Payments in SDG will no longer be accepted.
Please appear on your visa date with the appropriate amount of your fee.
You can pay in banknotes of 5, 10, 20 or 50 euros.
Not accepted are coins as well as banknotes of 100, 200 or 500 euros.
Visa section of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
The specialized trade fair SUDAN AgroFood + Packaging, organized by the German company Expotec GmbH, brought together potential clients from the agricultural sector in Sudan and suppliers from many co...
SUDAN AgroFood + Packaging
The new Federal Foreign Office website aims to get the facts out to migrants, making them less susceptible to misinformation spread by human traffickers – it is now also available in Tigrinya, one o...
Rumours about Germany – now available in Tigrinya
On 25 January 2018, under the patronage of Ambassador Ulrich Klöckner, the German Federal Ministry for Economics and Energy held a reception for the German participants in the 2018 Khartoum Internatio...
Khartoum International Fair 2018
#rumoursaboutgermany – a new Federal Foreign Office website aims to get the facts out to migrants, making them less susceptible to misinformation spread by human traffickers.
The questions are simple...
Facts, not false promises
On Sunday, 20 August 2017 Ambassador Klöckner delivered words of welcome to the participants of "Falling Walls Khartoum", a competition for young academics, entrepreneurs and professionals from all d...
Falling Walls Lab
From 21 to 23 May 2017, a delegation of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) visited Khartoum to both hold bilateral political consultations (Sudan...
Political and development consultations in Khartoum