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Embassy News

Biometric passports and National ID numbers issued for Sudanese communities in East Africa

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In an effort to bring Sudanese community in East Africa in line with international standards in travel document security as well as making the new Sudanese travel document a reliable source of identity, Sudan Embassy in Nairobi received a delegation from the competent authorities in Sudan who came to provide the Sudanese community in Kenya with the biometric passports and National ID numbers. The embassy created for the community and the delegation the conductive service providing environment.

Having finished their mission in Kenya, the delegation also toured Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda to provide the Sudanese communities in these countries with the same services.
“Some 780 biometric passports and 756 National ID Numbers have been executed during the tour” said a consular officer at Sudan Embassy in Nairobi.

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The Embassy Celebrates Eid al-Adha

On September 24, 2015, the Embassy of the Republic of the Sudan and the Sudanese Community in Nairobi celebrated Eid al- Adha at Ambassador’s residence.

At the gathering, Amb Osama Ahmed Abdul Bari, Chargé d’Affaires a.i. congratulated those present and wished them and their families success. He also expressed his wishes for sustainable peace and stability for Sudan and Kenya.

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Embassy bids farewell to two Administrative Staff

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On 12 September 2015, the Embassy organized a farewell gathering in honour of Mr. Abdu Al Bashir and Mr. Mubarak Awad, two administrative staff at the Embassy who ended their tenure in Kenya. The farewell was attended by all Embassy staff.

  1. E Ambassador Elisadig Abdalla Elias wished them all the very best in their professional and personal endeavors and urges them to continue serving the country with dedication as they did while here.

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Sudan Secretary General for Diaspora meets Sudanese community in Nairobi and Mombasa

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The Embassy of the Republic of Sudan in Nairobi organized meetings for the Sudan Secretary General for Diaspora Ambassador Haj Majid Mohammed Al-Suwar withthe Sudanese community in Mombasa and Nairobi on Friday and Saturday 21st and 22nd of August 2015 respectively.

The meetings aimed at discussing the issues of National Community Dialogue as well as the challenges facing theSudanese community in Kenya. The event in Nairobi attended by H.E. Al-SadigAbdalla Eliasthe Ambassador of Sudan to Kenya and the Embassy staff, the Sudanese community in Nairobi headed by Mr. Abdulwahab Al –Sinari and the staff of the Sudanese School in Nairobi.

The meetings were productive and fruitful.

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Sudan Secretary General for Diaspora visits Sudanese School in Nairobi

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The Sudan Secretary General for Diaspora Ambassador Haj Majid Mohammed Al-Suwar on Thursday 20thAugust, 2015 visited the Sudanese School in Nairobi accompanied by H.E. Al-Sadig Abdalla Eliasthe Ambassador of Sudan to Kenya and some of the Embassy staff as well as the head of the Sudanese community in Nairobi Mr. Abdulwahab Al -Sinari.

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Sudan Vice President meets Sudanese community in Nairobi

The Embassy of the Republic of Sudan in Nairobi organized a meeting for Sudan vice president Mr. Hasabu Mohammed Abdel Rahman with the Sudanese community in Nairobi on Tuesday 11th of August 2015 at the residence of H.E. Al-SadigAbdalla Eliasthe Ambassador of Sudan to Kenya. The vice president briefed the Sudanese community in Nairobi about the current political situation in Sudan.

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A Farewell party for the Communication Attaché

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The Embassy of the Republic of Sudan in Nairobi organized a farewell party at the premises of the Embassy on Friday 7th August, 2015 for Mr. Hamad Mudawi, the communication attaché at the Embassy on the occasion of the end of his term of office duty.

The event attended by the ambassador of Sudan to Kenya H.E. Al-Sadig Abdalla Elias and the staff of the Embassy.

During the event, Mr. Khalid Abdel Wahab the new communication attaché received a warm welcome from the ambassador and the staff of the embassy.

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