About Embassy


Established on : June 1956

First Ambassador :  HE Awad Satti

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. Read More

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H.E. Ambassador Mohammed Abdalla Ali Eltom

"Mr. Eltom has been in the Foreign Service for nearly 28 years. "He served in various regions in the world where he held positions in Sudan Embassies in the Middle East in Amman-Jordan, Damascus-Syria and Abu-Dhabi-UAE.".

"He then served in Sudan’s Embassy in Washington DC where he was selected by the Foreign Ministry to be within the diplomatic staff that re-inaugurated the Embassy after a period of closure."

H.E. Ambassador Mohamed Abdallah Ali Eltom

"Having served in London before as a Deputy Ambassador provided"Mr. Eltom with deep insights about different aspects of life in the UK.".

"Prior to being appointed as Sudan’s Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Mr. Eltom assumed the role of Head of American Affairs Department at the Foreign Ministry in Sudan."

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Press and Information Release


HE the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ambassador Abd Elghani Elnaim welcomed at his office today Sunday 26 March 2017 the Charge’ d’Affaires of the US Embassy in Khartoum, Ambassador Steven Koutsis.

The meeting discussed the latest developments in the humanitarian situation in South Sudan and the ways of coordination and cooperation between Sudan and the US to address the repercussions. HE the Undersecretary cited Sudan's principled stance that was declared by His Excellency the President of the Republic and materialised in sending immediately twenty thousand tonnes of grain as emergency aid to South Sudan, while coordinating with other donors and organizations in securing delivery of humanitarian relief across the border of Sudan.

In the meeting, Ambassador Elnaim conveyed to the American Charge’ Sudan's approval to open a new corridor for transporting food and humanitarian aid through El-Obied-Heglig- Ribkona-Bentiu corridor, while the other corridor is already operating, transporting food and humanitarian aid by land and river from the town of Kosti, as provided by the tripartite MOU between Sudan, South Sudan and the WFP (representing the UN). The Undersecretary went on to add that Sudan is in contact with several countries which have expressed interest to send humanitarian aid across its borders to South Sudan. He emphasised that Sudan will spare no effort to help the brotherly South Sudan until peace and stability are restored.

Expressing appreciation for the efforts of the Government of Sudan in this regards, the US Charge’ d’Affaires indicated the importance of consolidating coordination between the two Sudans in addressing the humanitarian needs in South Sudan. Sudan and the US confirmed in the meeting their continued cooperation to bring about stability and peace in South Sudan.


The Spokesperson

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Khartoum, 26th March 2017


Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Press Release

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly condemns the terrorist attack that took place in the vicinity of the august British Parliament on Wednesday 22 March 2017. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs extends its sincere condolences to the families of the victims and wounded and to the friendly British people and government.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterates its denunciation of all acts of terror which spill innocent blood and terrify peaceful communities in contravention of all religious norms and international laws.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs renews the Sudan’s full solidarity and support for any measures that the British Government will take in order to guarantee the safety and security of its citizens, and renews calls for the international community to intensify its cooperation in combating all forms of terror and criminality.

Office of the Spokesperson


Dr. Khalid Al Mubarak Column

Khartoum Forum on Role of Media in Combating Terrorism

Date: 23/08/2016

The status of the Sudan as one of the most stable countries in a turbulent region was consolidated last week with its choice as a venue for the Arab League's Forum on the Role of Media in Combating Terrorism. The timely event on (18-19 August) was addressed by both the First Vice President, in the opening session, and President Bashir in the closing session. The Arab League was represented by its deputy Secretary General Ahmed Ibn Hilli who ...

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