The Sudanese Embassy in London - A Short History of a Long and enduring Friendship

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The Sudanese Embassy in London A Short History of a Long and enduring Friendship Sudan declared independence peacefully after a vote in parliament on 19 December 1955.The Sudanese flag was raised by Ismael Al Azhari on 1 January 1956 ushering the era of African awakening. Before independence, Sudan was represented in London by the Sudan Agency that specialised in purchasing the country's needs.The first ambassador of the Republic of the Sudan in London was HE Awad Satti who took office in June 1956.He was followed by Ambassadors :Mohamed Hamad Elneil, Amin Ahmed Hussein, Jamal Mohamed Ahmed, Sirr AlKhatim AlKhalifa, Aabdin Ismael, Abdallah Alhassan, Ahmed Salah Bukhari, Mohamed Kheir Osman, Amir ElSawi, Naserldin Mustafa, Abdallah ElHassan, Ibrahim Mohamed Ali, El Rashied Abu Shama, Ali Mohamed Osman Yassein, Omer Yousif Beridou, Dr. Hassan Abdin, Omer Mohamed Ahmed Siddig, and Abdullahi Hamad El Azrag whose term of office ended in February 2014 when he was promoted to Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The current Ambassador, HE Mohammed Abdalla Ali Eltom, is a seasoned diplomat whose experience includes work at the Sudanese Embassies in Abu Dhabi (UAE), Amman (Jordan), Damascus (Syria), Washington DC (USA), and Headship of the American Affairs Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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