Gambia Embassies and Consulates

Here is the list of embassies and consulates for Gambia by country. Find the nearest one to you.

Embassy of Gambia in Algeria

  • Website:
  • Address: Lotissement Ben Haddadi Said, Villa No 34, Cheraga, Algiers, Algeria
  • Telephone: (+213) 23 279 483, (+213) 23 279 482
  • Fax:
  • Email: gambiaembassyalgeria@gmail.com

Honorary Consulate of Gambia in Vienna

  • Website:
  • Address: Rotenturmstraße 11/14, 1010 Vienna, Austria
  • Telephone: +43 1 512 33 06 10
  • Fax:
  • Email: office@konsulat-gambia.at

Embassy of Gambia in Belgium

  • Website: http://gambiaembassybrussels.be/
  • Address: Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt 126, B-1050 Brussels, Belgium
  • Telephone: +32 (0)2 640 10 49
  • Fax: +32 (0)2 646 32 77
  • Email: info@gambiaembassybrussels.be

Embassy of Gambia in China

  • Website: http://www.gambiaembassychina.com/
  • Address: Jianguomenwai Diplomatic Residence Compound, Xiushuijie No. 1, Chaoyang District 100600 Beijing, China
  • Telephone: (+86) 10 8532 6991
  • Fax: (+86) 10 8532 6061
  • Email: embassy@gamgov.cn

Embassy of Gambia in Cuba

  • Website:
  • Address: Calle 42 #115 e/1 st and 3rd, PO Box 44, Playa, Havana, Cuba
  • Telephone: +537 212 5626
  • Fax: +537 204 5316
  • Email: gambia.secretariat@gmail.com

Embassy of Gambia in Ethiopia

  • Website:
  • Address: Old Airport N/S Lafto, Kebele -13, H No. New, PO Box: 60083, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  • Telephone: (+251) 113 71 01 68
  • Fax:
  • Email: gambiaembassy.addis@gmail.com

Embassy of Gambia in France

  • Website:
  • Address: 7ter Rue Leonard de Vinci, 75116 Paris, France
  • Telephone: (+91) 11 461-204-712
  • Fax:
  • Email: gamembassyfrance@gmail.com

Consulate General of Gambia in Cologne

  • Website: http://gambia-consulate.de/
  • Address: Ludwig Straße 1, D – 50667 Cologne, Germany
  • Telephone: +49 (0) 221 – 2 71 06 51
  • Fax:
  • Email: info@gambia-consulate.de

Honorary Consulate of Gambia in Stuttgart

  • Website:
  • Address: Azenbergstrasse 19, 17174 Stuttgart, Germany
  • Telephone: +49 711 460 581 00
  • Fax:
  • Email: info@honorary-consulate.de

Honorary Consulate of Gambia in Athens

  • Website:
  • Address: 5 Sachtouri str., Piraeus, 185 36 Athens, Greece
  • Telephone: +30 210 4293 420
  • Fax:
  • Email: gambiacon.gr@gmail.com

Embassy of Gambia in Guinea – Bissau

  • Website:
  • Address: 42 Rua Domingos Ramos, Bissau, Guinea Bissau
  • Telephone: +245 955 359 792
  • Fax:
  • Email: gegbissau2017@gmail.com

High Commission of Gambia in India

  • Website:
  • Address: 7, Olof Palme Marg, 1st Floor, Vasant Vihar, New Delhi 110057, India
  • Telephone: (+91) 11-461-204-712
  • Fax:
  • Email: gamembdel@hotmail.com

Consulate General of Gambia in Milan

  • Website:
  • Address: Via Fontana, 4 20122 Milan, Italy
  • Telephone: (+39) 02 5411 6012
  • Fax: (+39) 02 5518 0514
  • Email: gambiaconsulate@hotmail.com

Honorary Consulate of Gambia in Nagoya

  • Website:
  • Address: 1 Chome 14-22 Chiken Building 405, Yanagihara, Kita-Ku, Nagoya, Japan
  • Telephone: +81 90 1725 1294
  • Fax:
  • Email: bintoukujabi27@yahoo.com

Honorary Consulate of Gambia in Beirut

  • Website:
  • Address: Al Safarat Street, Amhaz Building, Ground Floor, Bir Hassan Opposite Yemen Embassy, Beirut, Lebanon
  • Telephone: +961 1 852 052, +961 386 9069
  • Fax:
  • Email: gambiaconsulate.lb@gmail.com

High Commission of Gambia in Malaysia

  • Website:
  • Address: 19A-25-3, wisma UOA 1, Business suite 19, Jalan Pinang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Telephone: +603-2181-6331, +603-2181-6332
  • Fax:
  • Email: embassyofthegambiamalaysia@gmail.com

Embassy of Gambia in Mauritania

  • Website:
  • Address: PRTZ No 239, Tevragh Zeina, Nouakchott, Mauritania
  • Telephone: 00222 4529 8032, 00222 4524 4909
  • Fax:
  • Email: gambia.embassy-nktt@hotmail.com

Embassy of Gambia in Morocco

  • Website:
  • Address: 6 Rue Jabal Al Ayachi, 10000 Rabat, Morocco
  • Telephone: +212 537 638045
  • Fax: +212 537 752908
  • Email: liensosi@yahoo.com

Honorary Consulate of Gambia in Amsterdam

  • Website:
  • Address: Apollolaan 137, 1077 AR Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Telephone: +31 20 672 25 15
  • Fax:
  • Email: info@cggambia.com

High Commission of Gambia in Nigeria

  • Website: https://www.thegambiahc.org.ng/
  • Address: No 7, Misratah Street, Off Parakou Crescent, Off Aminu Kano Crescent, P.M.B. 5058 Wuse II, Abuja, Nigeria
  • Telephone: +234 080 570 129 27, +234 080 625 06180, +234 070 682 82964, +234 080 570 12927
  • Fax: +234 080 570 05023
  • Email: ghc_abuja@yahoo.com, info@thegambiahc.org.ng

Consulate General of Gambia in Oslo

  • Website:
  • Address: Bygdøy Allé 64, A 0265 Oslo, Norway
  • Telephone: (+47) 22 43 09 10, (+47) 22 44 67 21
  • Fax: (+47) 22 44 46 11
  • Email: halbjørn.hareide@eunet.no

Honorary Consulate of Gambia in Warsaw

  • Website:
  • Address: Ul Stefana Czarnieckiego 56m 2, 01-548 Warsaw, Poland
  • Telephone: +48 22 392 9318, +48 60 289 5209
  • Fax:
  • Email: consulate@gambia.pl

Honorary Consulate of Gambia in Lisbon

  • Website:
  • Address: Avenida D. Joao II, Edificio Panoramico 5 andar – Sala 5, 1990-100 Lisbon, Portugal
  • Telephone: +351 961 700 233
  • Fax:
  • Email: info@gambiaconsulate.pt

Embassy of Gambia in Qatar

  • Website:
  • Address: Building No 11, Saha No 254, Al Shooei Street, Dafna, Doha, Qatar
  • Telephone: +974 4465 2002
  • Fax: +974 44719145
  • Email: gambiaembassydoha@gmail.com

Embassy of Gambia in Russia

  • Website: http://www.gambiaembassy.ru/
  • Address: Korovii Val Street, Building no. 7, Block 1, Office no. 11 A, 1st Floor
    Moscow 119049, Russia
  • Telephone: +7 (495) 988 6205, +7 (495) 988 6207
  • Fax: +7 (495) 988 6207
  • Email: info@gambiaembassy.ru

Embassy of Gambia in Saudi Arabia

  • Website:
  • Address: 10 Naerah street (Behind King Abdulaziz Road), Al-woroud District
    PO Box 94322, Riyadh 11693, Saudi Arabia
  • Telephone: +966 1 205 2758, +966 1 205 2158, +966 1 456 9996, +966 1 456 0290, +966 1 455 0988
  • Fax: +966 1 462 1481, +966 1 456 0273, +966 1 456 2024
  • Email: gamectriyadh@yahoo.com

Embassy of Gambia in Senegal

  • Website:
  • Address: Yoff Toundoup Rya, Villa No. 128, Cite Des Jeunes Cadres, Dakar, Senegal
  • Telephone: +221 33 820 11 98
  • Fax: +221 33 820 10563
  • Email: gambiaembassydakar@gmail.com

High Commission of Gambia in Sierra Leone

  • Website:
  • Address: 6 Wilberforce Street, Freetown, Sierra Leone
  • Telephone: +232 22 225191 / 225192 / 225727 / 230410
  • Fax: +232 22 226846
  • Email: gmbmssa_dplmte@yahoo.co.uk

Embassy of Gambia in Spain

  • Website: https://www.gambiaembassy.es/newsite/
  • Address: Calle Hernández Iglesias No. 20B, 28027 Madrid, Spain
  • Telephone: +34-91 436 1792
  • Fax: +34-91 408 7529
  • Email: info@gambiaembassy.es

Honorary Consulate of Gambia in Barcelona

  • Website:
  • Address: C/ Casp nº 37 Pral.9, 08010 Barcelona, Spain
  • Telephone: +34 93 265 37 96
  • Fax: +34 93 231 15 16
  • Email: consulado.gambia@arrakis.es

Honorary Consulate of Gambia in Girona

  • Website:
  • Address: C/ Paisos Catalans, 20 Entreplanta, Local 4, 17190, Salt, Girona, Spain
  • Telephone: +34 632 09 98 72 / 85 92 80
  • Fax:
  • Email: sakolikauneh@yahoo.com

Consulate General of Gambia in Stockholm

  • Website:
  • Address: Svärdvägen 3 A, 182 33 Danderyd, Sweden
  • Telephone: +46 8-32 45 20
  • Fax: +46 8-32 62 11
  • Email: kjell_sjodin@telia.com, bo.forsner@anecta.se

Consulate General of Gambia in Malmö

  • Website:
  • Address: Bergsgatan 7, SE-211 54 Malmo, Sweden
  • Telephone: +46 40 664 66 61
  • Fax: +46 40 664 66 68
  • Email: mail@gambiaconsulmalmo.com

Embassy of Gambia in Turkey

  • Website:
  • Address: Hilal Mahalessi, Hollanda, No:31 Yildiz, Cankaya, Ankara, Turkey
  • Telephone: +90 312 442 5771, +90 312 442 5707
  • Fax:
  • Email: gamembank@gmail.com

Embassy of Gambia in the United Arab Emirates

  • Website:
  • Address: Villa No.12, Al Jali Street, Al Muroor, PO Box 3675, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • Telephone: +9712 666 8585
  • Fax:
  • Email: info@embgambia.ae

High Commission of Gambia in United Kingdom

  • Website: https://gambiahc.org.uk/
  • Address: 57 Kensington Court, London W8 5DG, United Kingdom
  • Telephone: +44 20 3928 9770
  • Fax:
  • Email: info@gambiahc.org

Embassy of Gambia in the United States of America

  • Website:
  • Address: 5630 16th St NW, Washington, D.C. 20011, United States
  • Telephone: (202) 785-1399
  • Fax:
  • Email: info@gambiaembassydc.org, gambiaembassydc@gmail.com

Embassy of Gambia in Venezuela

  • Website:
  • Address: 4A Avenida con 8va. Transversal, Quinta La Paz, Urbanización Los Palos Grandes, Chacao, Caracas, Venezuela
  • Telephone: +58 212 285 2554
  • Fax: +58 212 285 6250
  • Email: 

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What is a Diplomatic Mission?

A diplomatic mission refers to the official representation of one country in another, established to facilitate communication, negotiation, and cooperation between nations. These missions are typically staffed by diplomats and ambassadors who serve as the primary channels of communication between their home country’s government and the host nation’s government.

Diplomatic missions serve several key functions, including promoting friendly relations, fostering international cooperation, and protecting the interests and rights of their home country’s citizens abroad. They engage in diplomacy to address various issues such as trade, security, culture, and politics. Diplomatic missions may take the form of embassies (the highest level of representation), consulates (which provide specific services like visa issuance), or other diplomatic offices.

The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, adopted in 1961, provides a framework for the establishment and functioning of diplomatic missions, outlining the privileges and immunities diplomats enjoy while carrying out their duties on foreign soil. These missions play a crucial role in maintaining peace and stability in the global community through diplomatic means.

Gambia Embassies and Consulates

What is a Consulate?

A consulate is a diplomatic representation established by one country within the territory of another to manage specific consular functions and provide services to its citizens residing or traveling in the host country. Consulates are part of a nation’s diplomatic missions abroad but serve distinct roles compared to embassies.

Consulates primarily focus on consular affairs, which include issuing visas, providing assistance to citizens facing legal issues or emergencies, and offering support for matters like passport renewal or notarization of documents. They play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being and protection of their own nationals in the host country, especially in times of crisis.

Consulates are typically headed by a Consul General, who represents the interests of their home country in consular matters. While embassies handle broader diplomatic relations, consulates offer localized support and services, enhancing the efficiency of interactions between their government and its citizens living abroad. This dual structure of embassies and consulates helps nations effectively manage their diplomatic functions worldwide.

What is International law?

International law is the set of rules and principles that govern the conduct of states and other actors in the international arena. It is also known as public international law. International law is not a single, unified body of law, but rather a collection of treaties, conventions, customary practices, and general principles of law that have been accepted by states as binding.

International law covers a wide range of topics, including the use of force, the law of the sea, trade law, human rights law, and environmental law. It is important to note that international law is not always enforceable, and states are free to violate it if they choose. However, there are a number of mechanisms that can be used to try to enforce international law, such as the International Court of Justice and the United Nations Security Council.

What is a Diplomat?

A diplomat is a person appointed by a state to represent its interests in another state. Diplomats are responsible for conducting negotiations, promoting trade and investment, and protecting the interests of their citizens abroad. They are also responsible for building and maintaining relationships between their home country and the host country.

The term “diplomat” comes from the Greek word “diploma”, which means “folded paper”. This refers to the documents that were exchanged between diplomats in the past. Today, diplomats use a variety of methods to communicate, including email, phone, and video conferencing.

Diplomats are typically highly educated and experienced individuals. They must be fluent in the language of the host country and have a deep understanding of international relations. They must also be able to think strategically and solve problems.

Diplomats play an important role in promoting peace and understanding between countries. They work to resolve disputes, build trust, and foster cooperation. They are essential to the smooth functioning of the international system.

What is the Ministry of foreign affairs?

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) is the government department responsible for the foreign policy of a country. It is responsible for representing the country’s interests in other countries, negotiating agreements, and promoting the country’s interests in the international arena. The MFA also provides consular services to citizens of the country who are traveling or living abroad.

The MFA is usually headed by a foreign minister, who is a member of the government. The foreign minister is responsible for setting the overall direction of the MFA’s work and representing the country at international meetings and summits.

The MFA is staffed by diplomats, who are responsible for carrying out the MFA’s work. Diplomats are typically posted to embassies and consulates in other countries, where they work to promote the country’s interests and protect the rights of its citizens.

The MFA plays an important role in promoting peace and understanding between countries. It is the bridge between different cultures and societies, and it helps to build relationships that can benefit everyone.

What is International relations?

International relations is a multidisciplinary field of study and a branch of political science that examines the interactions, dynamics, and behavior of countries, international organizations, and non-state actors in the global system. It seeks to understand the complex relationships, 

conflicts, cooperation, and power dynamics that shape the international political landscape.

Key areas of focus in international relations include diplomacy, international law, security studies, trade and economics, global governance, human rights, and conflict resolution. Scholars and analysts in this field explore topics such as state sovereignty, international conflict, peacekeeping, foreign policy, and the impact of globalization on world affairs.

Understanding international relations is crucial for governments, policymakers, diplomats, and organizations to navigate the complexities of the global stage, promote cooperation, and address global challenges such as security threats, economic interdependence, climate change, and humanitarian crises.

What is a Permanent representative?

A permanent representative is a diplomat who heads a country’s diplomatic mission to an international organization. They are the highest-ranking diplomat in the mission and represent their country’s interests at the organization.

Permanent representatives are appointed by their governments and serve at the pleasure of their governments. They are typically experienced diplomats with a deep understanding of the organization they represent.

Permanent representatives play a vital role in the work of international organizations. They negotiate agreements, promote cooperation between countries, and liaise with the organization’s secretariat and other member states.

The term “permanent representative” is most commonly used in the context of the United Nations, but it is also used in other international organizations, such as the World Trade Organization and the European Union.

What is the High Commissioner?

A High Commissioner is a senior diplomatic representative appointed by one Commonwealth country to another Commonwealth country. This position is similar to that of an ambassador but is specific to countries within the Commonwealth, a political association of nations, primarily former territories of the British Empire. 

High Commissioners serve as the highest-ranking diplomatic officials and are responsible for representing their home country’s interests, fostering diplomatic relations, and maintaining political, economic, and cultural ties with the host nation.

High Commissioners play a crucial role in promoting cooperation, trade, and mutual understanding among Commonwealth member states. They engage in diplomacy, negotiations, and dialogue to advance their countries’ foreign policy objectives and address common challenges. The term “High Commissioner” is used in Commonwealth countries, while in non-Commonwealth contexts, the equivalent role is often referred to as an ambassador.

What is an Ambassador?

An Ambassador is a high-ranking diplomatic representative appointed by a country to serve as its official envoy to another country or international organization. Ambassadors play a pivotal role in conducting diplomacy, promoting their home nation’s interests, and maintaining bilateral relations with the host country. Their responsibilities include negotiating agreements, representing their government’s policies and positions, and facilitating cooperation in various fields such as politics, trade, culture, and security.

Ambassadors are typically chosen for their expertise in international relations and deep knowledge of their country’s foreign policy objectives. They work out of embassies or diplomatic missions and serve as the primary point of contact between their home government and the host country’s leadership. Effective diplomacy by ambassadors is crucial for advancing diplomacy, resolving conflicts, and fostering cooperation in the complex landscape of international relations.

What is a Consul?

A consul is a diplomat who is appointed by a country to represent its interests in a foreign city or region. They are typically responsible for providing consular services to citizens of the appointing country who are living or traveling in the host country. Consular services include issuing visas, passports, and other travel documents; providing assistance to citizens who have lost their passports or other important documents; and promoting trade and investment between the two countries.

Consuls are typically subordinate to the ambassador of the appointing country, but they may have a certain degree of autonomy in carrying out their duties. They are appointed by the foreign ministry of the appointing country and serve at the pleasure of the government.

What is NATO?

NATO, or the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, is a political and military alliance established in 1949 by several North American and European countries. Its primary purpose is to ensure collective defense and security among its member states. NATO members pledge to come to the aid of any member nation that faces aggression, effectively serving as a mutual defense pact.

The organization promotes cooperation and coordination in military, political, and security matters, fostering stability and peace in the North Atlantic region. NATO conducts joint military exercises, intelligence sharing, and crisis management to address emerging threats, including terrorism, cyberattacks, and unconventional warfare.

Over the years, NATO has expanded its membership, incorporating nations from Eastern Europe and beyond. It has played a significant role in various international conflicts and peacekeeping missions, including in Afghanistan and the Balkans. NATO continues to adapt to contemporary security challenges and remains a cornerstone of transatlantic security cooperation.

What is a Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations?

The Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations, adopted in 1961, is an international treaty that sets out the legal framework governing diplomatic relations between independent countries. It establishes the rights and privileges of diplomats, diplomatic missions, and their staff while serving in a foreign country. Key provisions include the immunity of diplomats from criminal and civil jurisdiction in the host country, the inviolability of diplomatic premises, and the right to communicate freely with their government.

The Convention aims to ensure the smooth functioning of diplomatic relations, promote peaceful coexistence, and prevent host countries from interfering with the diplomatic activities of foreign missions. It has been widely ratified and is considered a cornerstone of international diplomatic practice, providing a foundation for the conduct of diplomacy and the protection of diplomats worldwide.

What is a Sovereign state?

A sovereign state is a political entity that has a permanent population, a defined territory, a government, and the capacity to enter into relations with other states. It is the highest authority within its territory and is not subject to the control of any other state.

The concept of sovereignty is a complex one, and there is no single definition that is universally accepted. However, there are some key elements that are generally considered to be essential for a state to be considered sovereign.

Sovereignty is a fundamental principle of international law. It means that states have the right to be free from outside interference in their internal affairs. However, sovereignty is not absolute, and states are sometimes required to limit their sovereignty in order to comply with international law or to achieve other goals.

What is Diplomacy?

Diplomacy is the art and practice of conducting negotiations and maintaining relationships between nations or entities to promote mutual interests and prevent conflicts. It involves skilled communication, negotiation, and problem-solving to address political, economic, social, and security issues. Diplomats represent their governments and work to build alliances, resolve disputes, and advance foreign policy objectives. Diplomatic efforts can occur through formal channels, such as embassies and international organizations, or informally through back-channel negotiations. 

Diplomacy is vital for fostering international cooperation, resolving disputes peacefully, and achieving diplomatic solutions to global challenges. It plays a crucial role in shaping the geopolitical landscape and promoting stability and cooperation among nations.


The rules and regulations of The Gambia are the laws and policies that govern the country and its people. They cover a wide range of topics, including constitutional rights, civil service, health, trade, tourism, and justice.

Here are some sources that can help you learn more about the rules and regulations of The Gambia:

  • The Revised General Orders, Code of Conduct and Public Service Rules and Regulations: This document provides the guidelines for the conduct and performance of public servants in The Gambia.
  • The Mandatory Guidelines and Regulations for the Opening of the Tourism Industry in The Gambia: This document outlines the procedures and requirements for the safe and sustainable operation of the tourism sector in The Gambia amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Law Hub Gambia: This website provides free access to case-law, legislation, and secondary legal materials from The Gambia.

In addition to these sources, you can also learn about the rules and regulations of The Gambia by contacting the government or by consulting with a lawyer or other legal professional.

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