Greece has an Embassy in Khartoum, and Sudan’s Embassy in Athens has been in operation since 2009.

Political Relations

Relations between Greece and Sudan are considered traditionally good. Greece is actively participating in international efforts to resolve the crisis which has gripped the Darfur region since 2003. Greece also provided its support on the two important issues dealt with by the UN Security Council: the deployment of UN forces for peace-keeping between North and South, coupled with the African Union’s mediation efforts, as well as the prosecution of those charged with crimes against humanity before the International Criminal Court of The Hague.

Greeks have been in Sudan since the early 20th century and today the local community numbers about 250 members, working mainly in industry and trade.


Embassy in Khartoum

Address: Gamhouria, Block 5, No 30, P.O.Box 1182, Khartoum – Sudan
Tel.: (00249183) 765902
Fax: (00249183) 765901
Emergency tel.: 00249914118951, 00249919300204
Ambassador: Nikolaos Bazas

Consular Section 

Address: Gamhouria, Block 5, No 30, P.O.Box 1182, Khartoum – Sudan
Tel: (00249183) 765902
Fax: (00249183) 765901
Head: Ioannis Nikolaidis

Embassy of Sudan in Greece

Address: 17 Bakou Gewrgiou, Athens, 11524
Τel.: 2106742521, 210674252

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