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List of ambassadors of Sudan to the United States
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The Sudanese Ambassador in Washington, D. C. is the official representative of the Government in Khartoum to the Government of the United States.
Ambassador of Sudan to the United States
Embassy of Sudan in Washington, D.C.
Incumbent
Emad Mirghani Abdelhamid Altoham
since July 8, 2011
Inaugural holderIbrahim Anis
FormationAugust 31, 1956
List of representatives
Diplomatic agreement/designatedDiplomatic accreditationAmbassadorObservationsList of heads of state of SudanList of presidents of the United StatesTerm end
August 22, 1956August 31, 1956Ibrahim Anis[1]Ismail al-AzhariDwight D. Eisenhower
July 7, 1959July 21, 1959Osman El HadariIbrahim AbbudDwight D. Eisenhower
April 16, 1965May 5, 1965Khalifa Abbas el Abeid(* July 29, 1915)
  • Religion: Muslim
  • Son of Abbas al-Obaid and Mrs., née Aicha.
  • In January 1946 married to Safiya, 5 children: Iqbal, Toufiq, Houda, Imane and Fateh.
  • Colleges and Institutes of Sudan.
  • Education: Gordon Memorial College
  • Bachelor Lit. from the University of Khartoum.
  • 1933-1953 Administration of the State Railways.
  • In 1955 he was Director of Khartoum Zone Under-Secretary of State for Special Affairs Member and Secretary General of the Sudanese Delegation to the Congress of Bandung.
  • Attached to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • From 1957 to 1959 he was Sudanese Ambassador to Ethiopia.
  • From 1959 to 1964 he was Sudanese Ambassador to Iraq, Turkey and Lebanon .
  • In 1965 he was Ambassador in Washington, D.C. .
  • Awards: Star of Ethiopia, Grand order of the Cedar (Lebanon) Jordanian Grand Order of Independence.[2]
Ismail al-AzhariLyndon B. Johnson
March 14, 1966March 22, 1966Amin Ahmad HusseinIsmail al-AzhariLyndon B. Johnson
June 6, 1967SEVERED DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS – Interests Section in Somali EmbassyIsmail al-AzhariLyndon B. Johnson
July 25, 1972RESUMED DIPLOMATIC RELATIONSGaafar NimeiryRichard Nixon
December 1, 1972December 19, 1972Abdel Aziz al-Nasri Hamza
(* 1931 in Sudan)
  • Son of Dr. Nasri Hamza (Deputy Vice-Chancellor Ahfad College).
  • Married to Nur Elsham Mohammed Ali Belail, mother of his children : Elnasri, Ahmed, Sawsan, and Salma, then Maymoona M.Hamza, one child: Hind.
  • 1953 Diploma in Arts (with Merit, in English) Khartoum University .
  • 1953-56 Regional Inspector, Ministry of Labour.
  • 1956-1959 Second Secretary of Embassy, Bonn (West Germany).
  • 1959-1960 Member Sudan Mission to United Nations, New York.
  • 1960-1961 First Secretary of Embassy, Washington DC..
  • 1961-1962 Charge' d'Affaires, Sudan Embassy in Beirut.
  • 1962-1963 Counsellor of Embassy, Baghdad (Iraq).
  • 1963-1964 Charge' d'Affaires, Sudan Embassy (Kuwait).
  • 1956 Head of Political Section, Ministry of Foreign Affairs HQ, Khartoum.
  • 1968-1971 Ambassador of Sudan to Lebanon, Syria and Jordan with residence in Beirut.
  • Awards Order of First Class from West Germany and two C.M.G (Companions of the Order of St. Elizabeth II.
Gaafar NimeiryRichard Nixon
August 8, 1974Omer Yousif BiridoChargé d'affaires,
(* January 1, 1939 in Singa, Sudan)
  • BA, MA.
  • married, one child.
  • 1958-1963 University of Khartoum, Sudan.
  • 1964-1966 University of Delhi, India.
  • 1964-1966 secretary, Sudanese Embassy, New Delhi.
  • 1966-1969 transferred to Sudanese Embassy, London.
  • 1969-1971 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Khartoum.
  • 1971-1973 counsellor, Sudanese Embassy, Kampala.
  • In 1973 he was appointed counsellor, Permanent Mission of Sudan, New York.[4]
Gaafar NimeiryGerald Ford
January 16, 1975January 29, 1975Francis DengGaafar NimeiryGerald Ford
September 2, 1976November 18, 1976Omer Salih Mohamed EisaGaafar NimeiryGerald Ford
September 12, 1985November 5, 1985Salah Ahmed Mohamed SalihOmar al-BashirRonald Reagan
August 29, 1988September 19, 1988Hassan El Amin El Bashir1978: as non-resident ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia.Ahmad al-MirghaniRonald Reagan
January 17, 1990February 5, 1990Abdalla Ahmed Abdalla1922 former Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Republic of Sudan Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Sudan)Omar al-BashirGeorge H. W. Bush
August 23, 1993October 1, 1993Ahmed Suliman(*January 14, 1924 in Omdurman)
  • Sudanese official/ diplomat born 1924, Sudan)
  • Education: Faculty of Law, University of Cairo, Egypt
  • Career: Minister of Agriculture, 1964.
  • Ambassador to USSR Minister of Economy and Foreign Trade, 1969–70.
  • Minister, Ahmed Suliman Ambassador Date Credentials Presented: 10/1/93.
  • An attorney by profession,
  • In mid-1974 he instructed the Sudanese Ambassador in London, Ahmed Suleiman.
(May 1967) Chairman, Sudan Peace Committee
Omar al-BashirBill Clinton
February 27, 1996April 30, 1996Mahdi Ibrahim MohamedSudan's Minister of Information, Mahdi Ibrahim MohamedOmar al-BashirBill Clinton
July 8, 2011Emad Mirghani Abdelhamid AltohamChargé d'affairesOmar al-BashirBarack Obama
May 5, 2020Nureldin Satti[6]Abdalla HamdokDonald Trump
[7]Sudan–United States relations
References
  1. ^ Ibrahim Anis
  2. ^ [1]Khalifa Abbas el Abeid
  3. ^ Abdel Aziz al-Nasri Hamza
  4. ^ Omer Yousif Birido
  5. ^ [2]Ahmed Suliman
  6. ^ "Sudan appoints first ambassador to the US in more than 20 years". www.aljazeera.com. Retrieved 2020-05-05.
  7. ^ Chief of Protocol, Diplomatic Representation for "Sudan". Retrieved 16 August 2017.[3]

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