Telephone Numbers

Ambulance 110

Police 112

Fire Fighting         113

Water Maintenance        114

Traffic Police        115

Military Police      116

Electricity Services        117

Military Ambulance       118

Food & Supply  Complaints   119

Domestic Calls     142 / 141

International Calls         144 / 143

Cable Calls 146

Information 147

Domestic Information    148

International Information        149

Speaking Clock    151

Airport Activity   5430400 - 5430401

General Organization of Radio and TV- Syria   3720900 / 9 -  2211200

Syrian Arab News Agency ( SANA )          2228239 - 2129707

Arab Advertising Organization          9849

Hospitals

Al-Assadi         6132501

Assad University Hospital          2126500

Al-Razi       6118445

Al-Shami    3735090

Al Hayat     4455322

Red Crescent        4421600 / 1

Dar Al Shifaa       4465340

French  Hospital  4440460

Italian Hospital    3326030

Children’s Hospital       6619101

Hisham Sinan       3310600-2241782

Ibn Al Nafees       5123637

Auomaya Hospital        7776412-7776204

Al Tehbi Aljerahi 4451661

Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform                 2221513 2213613

Ministry of Awkaf                   4419079 4419080

Ministry of Defense                 8814705

Ministry of Economy & Foreign Trade          2213513 2213515

Ministry of Education              4444702 4444703

Ministry of Electricity              2229654 2223086

Ministry of Finance                 2224700 2216300

Ministry of Health                   3339600 3311020

Ministry of Higher Education            2129860 2129862

Ministry of Industry                3720959 2231845

Ministry of Interior                  2220100 2210404

Ministry of Water Resources             2221400 2221401

Ministry of Justice                   2225750 2220449

Ministry of Internal Trade and Consumer Protection2219044 3720599

Ministry of Information           6624217 6624219

Ministry of Oil & Mineral Resources                   4451624 4445610

Ministry of Tourism                2210122 2237940

 

Banks

Commercial Bank - Branch 1          Damascus   2225870

Commercial Bank - Branch 12          Damascus   3320661

Commercial Bank - Branch 7          Damascus   2318033

Commercial Bank - Branch 17          Damascus   5415736

Commercial Bank - Branch 1  Aleppo          (21) 239612

Commercial Bank - Branch 6  Aleppo          (21) 240441

Commercial Bank - Branch 7  Aleppo          (21) 643805

Commercial Bank - Branch 1  Homs          (31) 225214

Commercial Bank - Branch 2  Homs          (31) 221871

Commercial Bank - Branch 3  Homs          (31) 467839

Commercial Bank - Branch 1  Hama          (33) 510919

Commercial Bank - Branch 3  Hama          (33) 518822

Commercial Bank - Branch 1          Lattakia      (41) 232070

Commercial Bank - Branch 2          Lattakia      (41) 239762

Commercial Bank - Branch 3          Lattakia      N/A

Commercial Bank - Branch 1          Tartous       (43) 315800

Commercial Bank - Branch 2          Tartous       (43) 323801

Commercial Bank - Branch 1  Deraa          (15) 234665

Commercial Bank - Branch 1  Sweida          (16) 221561

         

Government & State Authorities

         

          Al-Kamushly Airport    Al Kamushly   (52) 426632

Aleppo Airport    Aleppo       (21) 621910 621950

Assad National Library Damascus          3334294

Damascus International Airport          Damascus   5430400 5430401

Deir Ez Zoor Airport     Deir Ez Zoor          (51) 222801 221901

Syrian Arab News Agency - SANA          Damascus   2228239

2129702

The Martyr Bassel Al-Assad Air port          Lattakia      (41) 821436

 

Chambers of Commerce

 

Al-Hassaka Chamber of Industry & Commerce  Al Hassaka (52) 221645 311506

Al-Kouneitra Chamber of Commerce          Damascus   (11) 2247186

2228794

Al-Rakka Chamber of Commerce          Al-Rakka    (22) 234110

Al-Sweida Chamber of Commerce          Al-Sweida   (16) 234585

Aleppo Chamber of Commerce          Aleppo       (21) 238237

238236

Damascus Chamber of Commerce          Damascus   2218339 2211339

Damascus Country Chamber of Commerce  Damascus   4455391

4428338

Deir Ez Zoor Chamber of Commerce          Deir Ez Zoor        (51) 222091

Deraa Chamber of Commerce Deraa          (15) 231253

Edlib Chamber of Commerce  Edlib          (23) 235744

Hama Chamber of Commerce Hama          (33) 233304 517700

Homs Chamber of Commerce Homs          (31) 469440 471000

Lattakia Chamber of Commerce          Lattakia      (41) 479531

479530

Tartous Chamber of Commerce          Tartous       (43) 221371/2

 

Chambers of Industry

 

Al-Hassaka Chamber of Industry & Commerce  Al Hassaka (52) 221645 311506

Al-Hassaka Chamber of Industry & Commerce  Al Hassaka (52) 221645 311506

Al-Kouneitra Chamber of Industry          Damascus   2228794 2247186

Al-Rakka Chamber of Industry          Al Rakka    (22) 234110

Aleppo Chamber of Industry  Aleppo          (21) 620600 620601

Damascus Chamber of Industry          Damascus   2222205 2213475

Damascus Country Chamber of Industry      Damascus   2215042 2313475

Deir Ez Zoor Chamber of Industry          Deir Ez Zoor        (51) 222091

Deraa Chamber of Industry     Deraa          (51) 231253

Edlib Chamber of Indusrty      Edlib          (23) 235774

Hama Chamber of Industry     Hama          (33) 233304 517700

Homs Chamber of Industry     Homs          (31) 469440 468605

Lattakia Chamber of Industry          Lattakia      (41) 479531

479530

Sweida Chamber of Industry   Sweida          (16) 234585

Tartous Chamber of Industry          Tartous       (43 221371

221372

 

United Nations

 

FAO  Damascus   3338232

3336473

UNDOF      Damascus   (14) 6130214 6130220

UNDP         Damascus   3332440 3336800

UNFPA      Damascus   3336664 3314951

UNHCR      Damascus   3311234 3330658

UNICEF     Damascus   6111456 6115297

UNRWA     Damascus   6133035/6

7-8-9

WFP  Damascus   3331521 3335015

WHO Damascus   3329315

Syria: country profile

The Syrian Arab Republic is located on the Eastern coast of the Mediterranean in the southern west of Asia. It is bordered by Lebanon and the Mediterranean to the west, Turkey, northward, Iraq to the east, Palestine, and by Jordan to the south. It falls in four distinguished geographical areas:

 

•        The coastal region is sandwiched between the mountains  and the sea

•        The mountainous region extends from the northern areas of the mountains to their north, including all mountains and hills overlooking the sea

•        The hinterland region comprises the plains of Damascus, Hama, Homs, Aleppo, al-Hassaka and Daraa. It is situated  to the east of the mountainous area.

•        The desert region ( Badia) is situated to the southern east part of the country on the border with Jordan and Iraq.

Syria  is divided to 14 governorates, with the  Damascus, the capital, the largest in terms of population, then Aleppo ( 4.2 million inhabitants) , Homs ( 1.6 million inhabitants ), Lattakia  (897,018 inhabitants) and Hama ( 1.43 million inhabitants)

Syria 's total area is 185,180 square kilometers, with a population estimated at  23 million. The population growth rate in 2006 was estimated at 2.3 percent.  Its population annual growth rate was 3.1% between the years 1990-2005 and is estimated to be  2.2% between 2005-2015.

As age grouping, the Syrians are distributed as follows:

•        (0- 14)  year old constitute 38.4% of the total population (5.5 million males and 3.36 million females)

•        (15-64) year old constitute 58.1% of the total population (5.5 million males and 5.15 million females)

•        Over than 65 year old constitute 3.5% ( 381.639 males and 257.085 females)

The family planning, reproductive health and birth control concept has become a common practice.

With almost 80% of the population is under 45, Syria is a youthful country. Life expectancy at birth for males is 69 years and for females 72 years. About half of Syria's population is urban.

 

       Syria's economy is heavily dependent on agriculture which  contributes nearly 30% to the GDP and employs one-third of the active population. The area for arable land has increased by more than 50% since 1970, largely because of government incentives and more efficient use of irrigation methods. Main cultivated  crops include wheat, potatoes, sugar beets, and barley. Large numbers of poultry, cattle, and sheep are also raised. The oil and gas sector is very important to the economy and contributes 65% to the country’s exports. The main industrial sectors are: petroleum refining, textiles, food-processing, and chemicals. Handicrafts such as silk, leather, and glass are widely produced. However, manufacturing sector is less productive and contributes nearly 25% to the GDP. Services sector is growing and contributes more than 50% to GDP, with tourism as a main contributor.

The industrial sector – including the oil sector - accounts for just over 20% of GDP. The oil sector alone accounts for nearly 45% of total export earnings, and is the largest single contributor to the budget 's revenues. One third of non-oil industrial sector activities belongs to the public sector and relates to heavy industry, chemicals and basic consumer goods; 85 % of production is generated by small and medium sized enterprises. Government services accounts for just under 10% of the total GDP. More than two thirds of the total labor force is working in the public sector, which only contributes 30% to the GDP.

 The private sector consists mainly of agriculture (almost private) and some light industry, retail trade, transport and communication. The tourism sector is mixed with both public and private operators. Investment Law no. 10 has provided private businesses with a wide range of incentives that led to a marked improvement in the quality of existing products and the emergence of new products that used to be imported before.

With the introduction of this law, the private industrial sector began to play a larger role in the textile, food, leather, paper, chemicals, cement and sugar processing industries, but the highly regulated business environment in terms of access to credit, import and export restrictions, access to hard currency, etc. hampers the necessary growth in this sector.

Syria is the cradle of World civilization; in Syria agriculture began ten thousand years ago, that settlement commenced and civilization emerged. Evidence of ancient arts is found all over Syria. Syria presented the world with major discoveries, including copper, the Bronze civilization came into being at Tel Halaf, At Mari (Tel Hariri), by the Euphrates and elsewhere, there was an abundance of palaces, temples and murals reflecting cultural and commercial activity. The kingdom of Ugarit offered mankind the first alphabet in history. At Ebla , a royal palace was discovered containing one of the largest and most comprehensive documentary archives of the ancient world.

The Amorites, the Canaanites and Phoenicians inhabited the coastal regions, while the Arameans populated the inland areas , and the Nabateans inhabited the south. Successive waves of migrations from the Arab Peninsula gave an Arab identity to Syria, and the country withstood invasions by Hittites, Persians, Greeks and Romans. The Islamic conquest of 636 A. D. confirmed this Arab identity and gave the land its lasting character.

In fact, Syria, as it is today, is the throbbing heart of Arabism and the steadfast bastion of Resistance. The modern Syria of today was indeed modernized at the hands of the late President, Hafez Al-Assad, who was able during his presidency to change it into a pivotal player and decision maker in the region. The legacy and noble task of modernization and reforms of the late president was inherited by the Syrians, under the leadership of their popular President, Bashar Al-Assad, who has been exerting strenuous efforts to pursue the ways of modernization, and reforms. Syria today has a new Constitution, multi-party governance, new media, investment, judicial, agriculture, and housing laws. Nevertheless, Syria is passing through a crisis, mainly caused by foreign-backed armed terrorist groups. The majority of the Syrians, thanks to their unity and to the Syrian Arab Army heroes, have taken their decisive decision to foil the conspiracy, as to continue their Syrian-tailored models of reform, modernization and of construction and building.It is indeed as Andre Parrot, the former Director of Louvers Museum, said that  ''Every person has two homelands: His own and Syria.''

The strategic importance of Syria is due to her unique position as a meeting point between of three continents (Asia, Africa, and Europe), and as a crossroad between the Caspian Sea, the Indian Ocean, the Black Sea, and the Nile River. Syria the land of great diversity, starting from the coast, mountains, steppe ending in the Syrian Desert. With about 110 miles (180 kilometers) along the Mediterranean Sea, the coast lies between Turkey and Lebanon, and it includes both areas of sandy shores, cliffs and rocky headlands. From "Ras Al-Basit" to "Ras Ibn Hani" there are rounded gulfs like "Minet El-Baida" that once sheltered the great kingdom of Ugarit. The coastal mountainous range borders the coastal plain and runs from north to south. The mountains have an average width of 35 km, and their altitude declines from a modest 5,673 feet (1,729 m) in the north (east of Lattakia) to 5,256 feet (1,602 m) at Jebel Aqra to 1,969 feet (600 m) in the south, at the gap near Homs. Directly to the east of the mountains is the "Ghab" Depression, a 75 km longitudinal trench that contains the valley of the Orontes River.

The main ridge rises to a maximum height of 8,625 feet (2,629 m) near Al-Nabk, while the average height is between 6,000 and 7,000 feet. Mt. Hermon (Jebel al Shaykh), Syria's highest point, rises to 9,232 feet (2,814 m). This semi circle of fertile land encompasses the Syrian Desert. This is where agriculture first began. Starting from the "Ghab" depression it extends eastward to create the most important geographical feature in Syria. With the addition of the Dam on the Euphrates, and modern irrigation this part of Syria is the area with the biggest production of cotton.

National Symbols

 

The Syrian Flag :

 

 

Each color in the Syrian flag refers to a definite meaning or a period as follows:

 Red Color: The blood of the martyrs.

Black Color: The Abbasids.

 White Color: The Umayyad.

The Green: The Fatimid.

 The two stars represent the previous union between Egypt and Syria.

The Syrian flag is also found as a Shield in the middle of the Syrian Eagle's heart which is derived from the Arabic history, which referred to the flag of "Khaled Bin Al Waleed" that was held  at when he conquered Damascus in 635 AD. At the bottom of the Shield , there are two wheat spikes to represent the country's first crop and its agricultural nature. The eagle grabs in his claws a stripe that has the words "Syrian Arab Republic".

 

The Syrian National Anthem:

 

"Homat el Diyar" (translated Guardians of the Homeland) is the national anthem of Syria, with lyrics written by "Khalil Mardam Bey" and the music by "Mohammed Flayfel". It was adopted in 1936.

English Translation of Syrian National Anthem:

Defenders of our home,

Peace be upon you;

The proud spirits had

refused to subdue.

The lion-abode of Arabism,

A hallowed sanctuary;

The seat of the stars,

An inviolable preserve.

Our hopes and our hearts,

Are entwined with the flag,

Which unites our country...

Ministries

Foreign and Expatriates Ministry

http://www.moex.gov.sy/

Ministry of Information

http://www.moi.gov.sy

Ministry of Higher Education

http://www.mhe.gov.sy/

Ministry of Interior

http://syriamoi.gov.sy

Ministry of Interior, Civil Affairs,

http://www.civilaffair-moi.gov.sy

Ministry of Finance

http://www.syrianfinance.org

Ministry of Agriculture and Agrarian Reform

http://syrian-agriculture.org/

Ministry of Oil and Mineral Resources

http://www.petroleum.gov.sy

The Syrian Cabinet

http://www.youropinion.gov.sy

E-Government Website

http://www.egov.sy

Ministry of State for Environment Affairs

http://www.gcea.gov.sy

Ministry of Transport

http://www.mot.gov.sy/

Ministry of Health

http://www.moh.gov.sy

Ministry of Economy and Foreign Trade

http://www.syrecon.org

Ministry of Education

http://www.syrianeducation.org.sy

Ministry of Communications and Technology

http://www.moct.gov.sy

Ministry of Water Resources

http://www.irrigation.gov.sy

Ministry of Tourism

http://www.syriatourism.org

Ministry of Culture

http://www.moc.gov.sy

Ministry of Industry

http://www.syrianindustry.org

Ministry of Awqaf (Religious Endowments)

http://www.syrianawkkaf.org

Local Administration Ministry

http://www.mla-sy.org

Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor

http://www.molsa.gov.sy

Ministry of Electricity

http://www.moe.gov.sy

Ministry of Justice

http://www.moj.gov.sy

Passport & Visa

First: General Instructions For The Tourists Coming To Syria:

Arab and foreign arrivals to Syria should have the following:

  • A Passport valid for a period not less than one month after the elapse of the period of the entry visa, provided that the passport is issued by a state recognized by Syria, does not carry an Israeli visa, and the name of the passport owner is not listed among those forbidden from entering Syria.
  • An entry visa or transit visa issued by the Syrian embassy or consulate in the original country of the tourist or his place of residence. Entry or transit visas are granted by Emigration and Passport Department at the border, for the subjects of foreign countries which have no diplomatic representation in Syria, and for the foreigners living permanently in Syria provided they show their residency cards.
  • The Ministry of Expatriates and Foreign Affairs and the Syrian diplomatic missions issue the following entry visas : the diplomatic, the private, the complimentary and service visas.

Entry visa: two kinds

  • Six months from the date of its issue: valid for one or many entries. Exceptionally, visas can be granted for one year.
  • Entry visa valid for three months, serves for one entry.
  • Transit visa: two kinds
  • Three months valid for one or many entries
  • Three months valid for one entry
  • could include: wife of the visitor and his underage children, provided that their names and ages are registered in the related boxes.
  • The visitor who wants to stay in the Syrian Arab Republic for over a fifteen days period from the date of his/her entry should report to the Emigration and Passport Department, or its branches in the governorates to apply for a permission of residency.
  • Permission of residency is spontaneously granted for the Arabs and foreigners born in Syria, and wives of Syrian nationals.
  • In case of missing or damaging the residency card, the owner of the card should report to the Emigration and Passport Department in Damascus or any of its branches in the governorates, within three days from the date of missing or damaging the card in order to obtain a new one.
  • Residency permission is not considered a work permit. He, who wishes to work in Syria, should get a work permit from the Ministry of Labour & Social Welfare
  • Any Arab or foreigner over fifteen years old, registered in the residency card of one of his parents, should get a new separate residency card similar to that of his parents in order to cover the remaining period of residency and to pay the required fees regardless of whether he bears a passport or not.
  • Arabs and foreigners who have special or ordinary residencies have no right to leave Syria for a period over six months.
  • Arabs and foreigners who have temporary residencies and an exit and return visa, have no right to stay outside Syria for more than three months. Lebanese citizens should report to the nearest police station within six days from their entry into Syria in order to obtain an I.D. card to facilitate their stay and movement in Syria.

Facilities And Exemptions Offered To Incoming Visitors

  • Arab nationals are allowed to enter Syria and transit through it exempted from entry or transit visas, provided that they are properly registered in the arrival and departure records. Their passports, travel documents, or entry cards (of the Lebanese nationals allowed to enter by their IDs, or civil record extracts are properly sealed upon entry and departure.
  • Entry visas are granted gratis for tourist foreigners of non registered nationalities who are coming for tourism whether singly or in groups, against letters issued and sealed by tourist offices and companies in their countries and personal passports, on the condition that they enter and depart on the responsibility of properly licensed tourist offices in Syria.
  • Citizens of all Arab states, Gulf Emirates and Sultanates, are exempted from entry and transit visas, residence permits and exit visas.
  • The following categories of visitors are exempted from duties:
  • Foreign and Arab students officially registered in one of the recognized universities.
  • Clergymen.
  • Arab and foreign advisors and contractors.
  • Journalists and correspondents of news agencies.
  • Non diplomat workers in the Arab and foreign political and consular organizations.
  • Parents, children, wife, brothers, sisters, governesses and servants of the member of diplomatic or consular mission accredited in the country.
  • Palestinian refugees and their underage children.
  • Foreigners and Arabs whom the director of Emigration and Passports Department exempt them for special considerations: courtesy, or because they are unable to pay.
  • Arab Syrian expatriates bearing foreign passports are exempted from obtaining entry visas or residency permits. Those of them who are not registered in the civil records should report to register in the Civil Register Secretariat. If they stay more than three months from the date of their entry, and if they want to depart using their foreign passports, they should obtain exit visas. Those of them under the age of military service should obtain the approval of the Conscription Department. They are allowed to enter using their foreign passports even if these passports are not sealed by the Syrian Arab missions abroad.

Customs Facilities:

  • The foreigner is allowed to bring with him gifts, personal effects, and the private articles necessary for personal use, duty free.
  • Car owners permanently residing abroad, and coming to Syria to stay for a short time, are allowed to bring in their own, or rented cars which are properly registered in the country of expatriation in conformity with a legal authorization allowing the use and driving cars outside the country of registration according to the following customs duties:
  • Duties of (US $ 40 or equivalent) levied on cars in accordance with a temporary entry card for a period of 15 days and (US $ 30 or equivalent) in return for the obligatory insurance of the car to be paid to the Syrian Insurance Company.
  • Duties of (S.L 5035 or equivalent of other foreign currencies) levied against the book granted to cars registered in the Arab countries, plus (US $ 30 or equivalent) in return for the obligatory insurance to be paid to the Syrian Insurance Company.
  • The wife or adult member of the family is allowed to bring a car or to drive it in Syria provided they meet the residency conditions outside the country.

Health Regulations:

  • Visitors coming from places infected by yellow fever should, introduce a vaccination certificate against this fever.
  • Those wishing to stay in Syria for a period exceeding one year, have to submit an AIDS free certificate.
  • The visitor who brings pets, has to submit their health certificates written in English and authenticated in his country. As for cats and dogs, a certificate of vaccination against rabies should be presented.

CURRENCY

The Syrian Pound SYP (lira).

The bank notes are 5- 10 -25 - 50 - 100 - 200 - 500 - 1000 liras.

The coins are 1 - 2 - 5 - 10 - 25 liras.

Approx. exchange rate: 1$ = 60 SYP, 1€ = 70 SYP.

 

COMMUNICATIONS

Telephone, fax, mobile (GSM), Internet systems are available.

WEIGHT & MEASURES

Kilograms and metric system.

ELECTRICITY

220 Volts AC, 50 Cycles, using rounded two-prong plugs.

ACCOMMODATION

There are international (5-star) hotels in Syria: Dama Rose, Cham chain. Numerous first and second class hotels are found throughout the country.

Chalets and camping are also available along the coastline during summer.

TIME ZONE

November thru April: GMT +2Hours.

May thru October: GMT +3Hours.

CLIMATE

Continental in most of the country with four distinct seasons. Average temperature 37c. in summer, 10c. in winter and 22c. in spring and autumn.

BUSINESS HOURS

Government: 8.00 to 14.00

Stores: 9.00 to 13.30 and 17.00 to 20.00 (winter) 22.00 (summer).

WEEKEND

Friday and Saturday are the official holiday.

Tuesday is museums and castles closing day.

LANGUAGES

The official language is Arabic. Many Syrians also speak a second language, and/or  English, French, Russian, Persian and others.

HOW TO GET THERE

Damascus, the main gateway to Syria, is connected with Europe & Asia by many international airlines. Aleppo enjoys connections to the Gulf and Europe, mainly with the national airline Syrian Air. By land, highways connect Syria with Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Turkey. There are seaport facilities at Lattakia and Tartous, and a new and modern marina in Lattakia.

MEDIA

Local and Arab newspapers and magazines are sold at many newsstands. Foreign media is found at the international hotels. Local television (2 channels + 3 satellites), broadcast some programs in French and English.

SHOPPING

Syrian handicrafts represent a tradition of skilled workmanship and folk art that dates back many thousands of years. The most common Syrian craft items which are found in the souks (Damascus and Aleppo) and specialized shops all over Syria, include hand-woven silk brocades, embroidered table cloths, carpets, brass and copper, leather, gold and silver jewelry, inlaid furniture with mother of pearls.

Embassies

 

 

 

Afghani Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Afghanistan in Damascus, Syria

Mozzo, West Villas

Juber Ben Hayan Bus Station

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (00) (963) (11) 6112910

Fax: (00) (963) (11) 6133595

Algerian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Algeria in Damascus, Syria

36, Rue Arrawda PO

Box 33769 Damascus

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 963 11 333 14 46, 963 11 333 45 48, 963 11 333 61 95

Fax: 963 11 333 46 98

 

Argentinian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Argentina in Damascus, Syria

Abu Roumaneh, Alrawah, Chare

Ziad Ben Soufian

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963) 11 333-4167 / 8

Fax: (+963) 11 332-7326

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Office Hours: 08:00 to 14:30

 

Armenian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in the Syrian Arab Republic

2 Saad Ben Abi Uakksi,

building 2, West Mezze

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (963-11) 6133617, 6130952, 6670051

Fax: (963-11) 6133618

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Office Hours: Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri: 09:00-18:00

 

Armenian Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Consulate General of Armenia in Syrian Arab Republic

Al-Kawakibi 4,

12, Taha Hussein Street

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: (96321) 2687240, 2687241

Fax: (96321) 26499410

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Austrian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Austria in Damascus, Syria

Farabi Street 1, Bld. Mohamed Naim Al-Deker

Mezzeh, East Villas

P.O.Box 5634

Damascus Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963/11) 613 80 1-00 (Amt)
(+963/11) 613 98 300 (Visaabteilung)

Fax: (+963/11) 611 67 34

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Austrian Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Consulate of Austria in Aleppo, Syria

Rue Baron en face Banque Centrale

Imm. Peres Jesuites

BP 521 Aleppo, Syria

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: (+963) (21) 211 40 70
(+963) (21) 211 40 71
(+963) (21) 211 40 73

Fax: (+963) (21) 211 40 74

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Office Hours: 09.00-12.00

 

Bahraini Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of the Kingdom of Bahrain in Damascus, Syria

Al-Mezze Al-sharqia

Al-Farabi Street

P.O Box 36225

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 00963116132314

Fax: 00963116130502

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Office Hours: 08:30 am - 14:00pm Thursday 08:30 am - 13:00 pm

 

Belarusian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Syrian Arab Republic

Mezzeh East Villas,

13, Qurtaja str.

P.O. Box: 16239

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963-11) 6118097, 6118098

Fax: (+963-11) 6631143

Website: http://www.syria.belembassy.org/

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Office Hours: 09:00 - 13:00, 14:00 - 18:00, Sunday - Thursday

 

Belgian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Belgium in Damascus, Syria

Al Salaam Street No. 10 - 2nd and 3rd floor

Mezze East - Damascus

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 00963 11 613 999 31 (embassy)
00963 11 613 999 32 (consular affairs)
00963 11 612 21 89

Fax: 00963 11 613 999 77

Website: http://www.diplomatie.be/damascus

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Office Hours: Sunday through Thursday 8.30 AM to 3.30 PM

 

Belgian Consulate in Alep, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Alep, Syria

Rue Khan Al Wasir - Alep

  • City: Alep

Phone: + (963) (21) 221.03.26
+ (963) (21) 362.26.65
+ (963) (21) 362.26.67

Fax: + (963) (21) 362.26.66

 

Belgian Consulate in Latakia, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Belgium in Latakia, Syria

Al-Moutanabi - Karbouchian Building - Latakia

  • City: Latakia

Phone: + (963) (31) 47.79.66
+ (963) (31) 47.79.66

 

Brazilian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Brazil in Syria

P.O.BOX: 2219

Al-Farabi Street 39 - Mezzeeh

East Villat

Damascus - Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (963 11) 612-4551/4552/4557/4559

Fax: (963 11) 612-4553

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Bulgarian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Bulgarian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Arnus Str. Bld. No 2213

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (00963 11) 445-40-39
(00963 11) 331-84-85

Fax: (00963 11) 441-98-54

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Bulgarian Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Honorary Consul of the Republic of Bulgaria to the Syrian Arab Republic

Aleppo

Syrian Arab Republic

P.O. Box16 253

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: 021 26 60 375

Fax: 021 26 43 481

 

Canadian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Canada in Damascus, Syria

Lot 12, Autostrade Mezzeh

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (011 963 11) 611-6692, 611 6851, 611 6870

Fax: (011 963 11) 611 4000

Website: http://www.syria.gc.ca

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Office Hours: 08:30 to 11:30 , 14:00 to 16:00 Sunday to Wednesday, 
and 8:30 to 11:30 on Thursday

 

Canadian Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Consulate of Canada in Aleppo, Syria

Al Sabil Street No. 2, Al Rabat Avenue

Sector 12, Aleppo

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: (011 963 21) 268 4160

Fax: (011 963 21) 268 4100

Website: http://www.syria.gc.ca

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Chilean Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Chile in Damascus, Syria

6, Ziad Bin Abi Soufain St.

P.O.BOX N3561,

Rawda, Area 2, Damasco.

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 963(11) 3311891
963(11) 3338443

Fax: 963(11) 3331563

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Chilean Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Chile in Aleppo, Syria

Aleppo Jisr Techrine-Cheikh

Taha-Koueifati/Halab BLDG 1st.Floor

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: 963-021-4642666

Fax: 963-021-4640478

 

Chinese Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Chinese Embassy in Damascus, Syria

83, Rue Ata Ayoubi

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963-11-3339594

Fax: +963-11-3338067

Website: http://sy.chineseembassy.org/eng/

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Office Hours: Official working hours: 8:30 am to 14:00 pm Non working day: Friday & Saturday Holidays: National Day: Oct.1 (one week) Labor Day: May.1 (three days) Chinese New Year: Jan. or Feb. (one week according to lunar calendar)

 

Cuban Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Cuba in Damascus, Syria

40 Rue Al Rashid Str.

Istouani and Charbati

P.O. BOX 3055

Damascus , Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (963-11) 333 9319
(963-11) 333 9624

Fax: (963-11) 333 3802

Website: http://www.embacubasiria.com

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Cuban Consulate in Damascus, Syria

Consulate General of Cuba in Damascus, Syria

Mezzeh, Villat Gharbieh No. 3 y 4/ 4701

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (963) 11 3339319
(963) 11 3334609

Fax: (963) 11 3333802

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Cypriot Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of the Republic of Cyprus in Damascus, Syria

278G, Malek Bin Rabia St.,

West Mezzeh

P.O.Box. 9269

Damascus

Syrian Arab Republic

  • City: Damascus

Phone: + 963 11 6130812 (Embassy), 6130813 (Consular Section)

Fax: + 963 11 6130814

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Office Hours: 08:00 - 15:30 (Sun.- Thu.)

 

Czech Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of the Czech Republic in Damascus, Syria

Abou Roumaneh,

Misr Street 51, Damascus

P.O. Box 2249

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 0096311/3331383, 3339395, 3330935, 3333077, KO-333 62 59

Fax: 0096311/3338268

Website: http://www.mzv.cz/damascus

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Office Hours: Sun - Thu 9.00 - 14.00

 

Czech Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in Aleppo, Syria

Cheikh Taha Street

(near Al Foursan Cafe),

P.O. Box 235, Aleppo

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: 0096321/4663520, 0096321/4663500

Fax: 0096321/44663510

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Office Hours: Monday - Thursday, Saturday 09:00 - 14:00

 

Czech Consulate in Lattakia, Syria

Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic in SYRIA

8th March Street - Zein Building,

P.O.Box 20, Lattakia

  • City: Lattakia

Phone: 00963 41 467 032-8

Fax: 00963 41 473732

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Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 9,30 - 14,00

 

Danish Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Royal Danish Embassy in Syria

No. 6, Fatmeh Idriss Lane

Al-Ghazzawi St.

Western Villas

Mezze

P.O. Box 2244

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963 11 6190 9000

Fax: +963 11 6190 9033

Website: http://www.ambdamaskus.um.dk

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Egyptian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Egypt in Syria

EL-GALAA ST., ABU ROMANA, DAMASCUS

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (0096311) 3330756 - 3333561

Fax: (0096311) 33500911

 

Eritrean Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of the State of Eritrea in Syria

P.O.Box 12846

Autostrad al-Mazen West

New Damascus Back Ro-Akram

Mosque No. 82

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963-11-611-2357

Fax: +963-11-611-2358

 

Finnish Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Finland in Syria

Embassy of Finland

Mezzeh, East Villas, Area 3

Doha Street, Building No. 164 A

Postal address: Embassy of Finland

P.O. Box 3893

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963-(0)11-612 75 70, 612 75 71, 612 75 72

Fax: +963-(0)11-611 9777

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Finnish Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Finland in Aleppo, Syrian

Honorary Consulate of Finland

Shouhada Street

P.O. Box 142

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: +963-21 223 001/2

Fax: +963-21 210 813

 

Finnish Consulate in Lattakia, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Finland in Lattakia, Syrian

8 March Street, Lattakia

Postal address: Honorary Consulate of Finland

P.O. Box 14

  • City: Lattakia

Phone: +963-41 470 171/2/3

Fax: +963-41 470 175

 

French Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of France in Damascus, Syria

Rue Ata-al-Ayyoubi

Al Afif - BP 769

  • City: Damascus

Phone: [963] (11) 339 02 00

Fax: [963] (11) 339 02 21

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French Consulate in Damascus, Syria

Consular Section of the Embassy of France in Damascus, Syria

Rue Ata-al-Ayyoubi

Al Afif - BP 769

  • City: Damascus

Phone: [963] (11) 339 02 00

Fax: [963] (11) 339 02 60

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French Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Chancellerie Detachee of France in Alep, Syria

40 rue Al Malek Faycal

BP 768 - Alep

  • City: Alep

Phone: [963] (21) 221 18 29

Fax: [963] (21) 221 98 72

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German Embassy in Damascus, Syria

German Embassy in Syria

Abdulmunen Al- Riad St.

Corner Ebla St.

Damascus

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 963 11 3 32 38 00

Fax: 396 11 3 32 38 12

Website: http://www.deutschebotschaft-damaskus.org

 

Greek Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Greece in Damascus, Syria

Mezzeh-Est 11

Farabi Street Garden

Bldg.Pharaon

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (0096311) 6115009 or 6113035

Fax: (+963) 11 6114920

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Greek Consulate in Lattakia, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Greece in Lattaquie

8 March Street, P.O. Box 207, Lattaquie, Syria

  • City: Lattaquie

Phone: (0096341) 467881

Fax: (0096341) 465995

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Greek Consulate in Tartous, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Greece in Tartous

Al Wahdeh Street , P.O. Box 4011, Tartous, Syria

  • City: Tartous

Phone: (0096343) 221104, 325000

Fax: (0096343) 329900

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Greenlandic Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Royal Danish Embassy in Syria

No. 6, Fatmeh Idriss Lane

Al-Ghazzawi St.

Western Villas, Mezze

P.O. Box 2244, Damascus

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963 11 6190 9000

Fax: +963 11 6190 9033

Website: http://www.ambdamaskus.um.dk

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Office Hours: Monday to Thursday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Sunday: 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Details: The Faroe Islands and Greenland are part of the Kingdom of Denmark. As a main principle, the Danish Constitution stipulates that the foreign and security interests for all parts of the Kingdom of Denmark are the responsibility of the Danish government.

 

Hungarian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Hungary in Syria

Mezzeh

East Villas Al Fursan Street No. 102

P.O.B. 2607

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (00-963-11) 611-0787

Fax: (00-963-11) 611-7917

Website: http://www.invitation.hu/damascus/index.html

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Indian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of India in Syria

3455, Sharkassiyeh

Ibn Al Haitham Street

Abu Rumaneh, PO Box. 685

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 00-963-11-3347351, 3347352, 3347900

Fax: 00-963-11-3347912, 3345711

 

Indian Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Honorary Consulate of India, Aleppo

5th Floor, Shabarek Building, Al-

Etfayieh Al-Qadimeh Square, Aleppo,

Arab Republic of Syria

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: 00-963-21-4463925 (O) 4664525 (R)

Fax: 00-963-21-4654925

Office Hours: Honorary Consul* Mr. Hrayr Dikran Mooradian

 

Indian Consulate in Lattakia, Syria

Honorary Consulate of India, Lattakia

Near the Central Hospital, 8th

March Street, Lattakia, Syria.

  • City: Lattakia

Phone: 00-963-41-469515 /6

Fax: 00-963-41-465514

Office Hours: Honorary Consul* Mr. Mehran Khwanda

 

Indonesian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Indonesia in Damascus, Syria

Mezzech, Eastern Villas

al-Madina al-Munawar Street

opposite to Omar Bin Abdul Aziz Mosque

Bloc No. 270/A Building

26, Damascus, Syria (P.O.BOX 3530 Damascus-S)

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (963-11) 611-9630, 611-9631, 611-7939

Fax: (963-11) 611-9632

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Iraqi Embassy in Syria

Embassy of The Republic of Iraq in Syria

  • Phone: 0096311 - 3341290

Fax: 0096311 - 3341291

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Irish Consulate in Damascus, Syria

Honorary Consul of Ireland in Damascus, Syria

13 Karameh Street

Maiki

P.O. Box 35449

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963 11 334 2144

Fax: +963 11 222 1320

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Details: Honorary Consul: Naji-Pierre Chaoui

 

Italian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Italy in Damascus, Syria

Al Ayubi Street - B.P. 2216

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 00963113332621, 00963113332621

Fax: 00963113352204

Website: http://www.ambdamasco.esteri.it

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Office Hours: --

Details: GENERAL INFORMATION 
Since October 25th, 1997, Italy has entered the Schengen system. This implies that the Consulate Office of the Embassy will release visas valid for Schengen countries after due consultation of theSchengen system authorities. To avoid the insurgence of problems, applicants are kindly asked to apply for a visa at least 20 days before planned departure date. Visa must be requested in person and emergency fees for visas do not exist; no other fees or charges other than the regular one are due.

DOCUMENTS
Visa applicants are requested to bring the following documents: 
The passport in original; one photo of the applicant and the application form filled; bank statement specifying the balance of applicants account (in original to be kept by the office, max 1 week old, and with applicants name on it). It is used to ascertain that the applicant has sufficient funds for his stay in Italy; letter from the employer, max 1 week old, stating applicants full name, date of birth, address, position with the company and salary. If the person is self employed he/she must provide proper certification from the local Chamber of Commerce ; detailed flight schedule, in original and with proper letterhead of the travel agency. No anonymous printouts from computers will be accepted. The flight schedule must be brought even if the applicant has already purchased plane tickets; originals and a photocopy of plane tickets (if applicable).

 

Jordanian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 6136261 - 6136260

Fax: 6136263

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Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 8:00-3:00 
Sunday: 8:00-3:00

 

Kuwaiti Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Kuwaiti Embassy in Damascus, Syria

P.O.Box 3330

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963-11) 6117644/5

Fax: (+963-11) 6117647

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Malaysian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Malaysia, Damascus

Building No 2, Al Khansaa Street,

Mezzeh West Villas,

Damascus,

Syrian Arab Republic

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 00963 11 612 2811/2812/2813

Fax: 00963 11 612 2814

Website: http://www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/damascus

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Office Hours: Sunday - Thursday 0800hrs - 1500hrs

 

Maltese Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Malta in Aleppo, Syria

Sadala Jabri Street

P.O. Box 5956

Aleppo, Syria

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: 00963 (21) 221 1888, 221 3982

Fax: 00963 (21) 221 1818

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Maltese Consulate in Damascus, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Malta in Damascus, Syria

8 Kourtouba Avenue

PO Box 3794

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 00963 (11) 373 3601

Fax: 00963 (11) 373 4373

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Mongolian Consulate in Damascus, Syria

Consulate of Mongolia in Damascus, Syria

P O Box. 31949

Damascus

Syria

-

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 00963 956246000 - 0949246000 - 0966246000

Fax: 00963 112761510

Website: http://www.mohoco.net

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Office Hours: 8.00 AM - 18.00 PM

 

Moroccan Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Morocco in Damascus, Syria

Mezzah - West Villas

Abu Bakr Karkhi Street 35

extension of Assadi Hospital Street

Damascus

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963) (11) 611 0451

Fax: (+963) (11) 611 7885

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Details: Ambassador:Mr Abdelouahab Bellouki

Dutch Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Consulate of Netherlands in Aleppo, Syrian Arab Republic

Abi-Firas Street, Al Razi Bridge

Aleppo

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: 00-963-21-2229591

Fax: 00-963-21-2229889

Office Hours: Saturday-Thursday 09:00-14:00

 

Dutch Consulate in Lattakia, Syria

Consulate of Netherlands in Lattakia, Syrian Arab Republic

Port Said Street PO Box 242

  • City: Lattakia

Phone: 00-963-41-472531/ 472534/ 472535

Fax: 00-963-41-472532/ 472536

 

Dutch Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Netherlands in Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic

Abou Roumaneh, Al-Jalaa Street

Imm Tello

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 00-963-11-3336871

Fax: 00-963-11-3339369

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Norwegian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Royal Norwegian Embassy in Damascus

Mezzeh, Eastern Villas, 2 Shafei Street

P.O. Box 7703

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963-11-612-2941 or +47-2155-5418

Fax: +963-11-611-2798

Website: http://www.norway.org.sy

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Office Hours: Sunday - Thursday 09.00 - 14.00

Details: H.E. Ambassador Rolf Willy Hansen

 

Omani Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of the Sultanate of Oman in Damascus, Syria

Mezzeh Westvillas

Al Ghazzaui Street

P.O. Box 9635

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (0096311) 6110 408 or 6622 506

Fax: 6110994

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Office Hours: 08:30 - 14:00 Thursday at 13.00

 

Pakistani Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in Damascus, Syria

East Mezzeh, Al-Farabi Street, P.O. Box No. 9284

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963-11) 6132694/5/6

Fax: (+963-11) 6132662

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Philippine Consulate in Damascus, Syria

Consulate of Philippines in Damascus, Syria

Abou Roumaneh - behind Meridien Hotel

Chakib Arslan Street (near Set-El-Cham Restaurant)

Odabashi Building

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963) 11-3335844

Fax: (+963) 11-3336769

 

Philippine Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of the Philippines in Damascus, Syria

Hamzeh bin Al Mutaleb St. Building No. 56,

West Mezzeh Area, Damascus,

SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963-11) 613-2626

Fax: (963-11) 611-0152

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Qatari Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of the State of Qatar

P.O.Box 4188

Immeuble Allawi 20

Abou Roumaneh Madfa Square

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963-11) 3320044

Fax: (+963-11) 3320531

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Romanian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Romania in Damascus, Syria

8 Rue Ibrahim Hanano

or P.O. Box 4454

Damascus

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (00) (963) (11) 3327570 or 3327571

Fax: (00) (963) (11) 3327572

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Russian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Russia in Damascus, Syria

Omar Ben Al Khattab str., Adauwi

Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic, P.O.Box 3153

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963 11 442-3155, 442-3156

Fax: +963 11 442-3182

Website: http://ruemsy.org.ru

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Serbian Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Serbia in Syria

Abu Roumeneh, Al-Jalla St. 18 - Damascus, Syria ( P.o. box 739 )

PO Box 739

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963 11 3336222 /+963 11 3333069 /+963 11 3333689

Fax: +963 11 3333690

Website: http://www.srbija-damask.org

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Office Hours: Working hours in the Embassy of the Republic of Serbia Working days (embassy): Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 09.00 to 16.00 Working days(consular section): Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 09.00 to 13.00 Non working days : Friday and Saturday

 

Slovak Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Slovakia in Damascus, Syria

Al Shafei Str. No. 158, East Villas - Mezzeh

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963-11) 6132114-5, 6133648

Fax: (+963-11) 6132598 / 6133647

Website: http://www.mzv.sk/Damascus

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South African Embassy in Damascus, Syria

South African Embassy in Syria

Hotel Meridien, Room 547, Avenue Chaukry Kouatly

PO Box 33972

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963-11)-61351520

Fax: + 963 11 611 1714

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South African Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

South African Honorary Consulate in Aleppo

4 Baron Street Aleppo

Postal Add: P. O. Box 517

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: + 963 21 21 21 333

Fax: + 963 21 21 26 626

Website: http://-

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Spanish Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Spain in Damascus, Syria

Shafi Street - Mezzeh East (behind Al-Hayat Hotel)

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963-11)-6132900 / 6132901 / 6132902

Fax: +963-11-2114070 / +963-11-2114073

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Sudanese Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Sudan in Syria

Shara El Karama, El Jahiz Garden, no. 4/86

  • City: Damascus

Phone: 330-447/247-046/334-797

Fax: 330-247-238

 

Swedish Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Sweden in Damaskus, Syria

Immeuble du Patriarcat Catholique

Rue Chakib Arslan, Abou Roumaneh

Damascus

Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963 (11) 33 400 700/ +963 (11) 33 400 800

Fax: +963 (11) 332 77 49

Website: http://www.swedenabroad.com/damaskus

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Office Hours: Sunday-Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visa (applications and processing): Sunday-Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

 

Swedish Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Sweden, Aleppo

Mohamed Wahbi Al-Hariri Street, Sebil Area

Raymond Ajam Building

Aleppo

Syria

  • City: Aleppo

Phone: +963 (21) 268 96 44

Fax: +963 (21) 268 96 45

Office Hours: Sunday-Thursday 9 a.m. to 12 noon

 

Swedish Consulate in Lattakia, Syria

Honorary Consulate of Sweden in Lattakia, Syria

8th of March Avenue

Lattakia

Syria

  • City: Lattakia

Phone: +963 (41) 470171-73

Fax: +963 (41) 470175

Office Hours: Sunday-Thursday 9 a.m. to 12 noon

 

Turkish Consulate in Aleppo, Syria

Consulate of Turkey in Syria

Rue Du Caire 234 Muhafazat PO Box 293 Halep

  • City: Alleppo

Phone: (+963-21) 266-1040 / 266-5320 / 267-9690

Fax: +963-21 266-1050

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Turkmenistan Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Turkmenistan in Damascus, Syria

Damask, Miset,

Ruki ed-Din st.4097, 2/F

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +9 (6311) 2241834

Fax: +9 (6311) 3320905

 

Ukrainian Embassy in Mezzeh, Syria

Embassy of Ukraine in Syria

14, As-Salam St., East Villas

  • City: Mezzeh

Phone: +963-11-6113016

Fax: +963-11-6121355

Website: http://www.ukraineinfo.gov.ua/main

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Emirati Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of United Arab Emirates in Damascus, Syria

PO Box: 33787 Al Mahdi Bin Barakah-Abu Rumana

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963-11-3330308

Fax: +963-11-3327691

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British Embassy in Damascus, Syria

British Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Kotob Building

11 Mohammad Kurd Ali Street

Malki

P O Box 37

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (963) (11) 373 9241/2/3/7

Fax: (963) (11) 373 9472

Website: http://www.britishembassy.gov.uk/syria

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Office Hours: GMT: Sun-Wed: 0600-1315, Thurs: 0600-1200 
Visa Section: Sun-Thurs: 0600-0800 
Consular Section: Sun-Thurs: 0800-1000 
Local Time: Sun-Wed: 0800-1515, Thurs: 0800-1400

 

American Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of United States in Damascus, Syria

Abou Roumaneh-2 Al Mansour Street

P.O. Box 29

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (963-11) 3391-4444

Fax: (963-11) 3391-3999

Website: http://damascus.usembassy.gov/contact.html

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Office Hours: Sunday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 AM

 

Venezuelan Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Venezuela in Syria

Lissannedin Lbn Al Kateb 5

Tabah Building Plaza Rawda, Abou Roumaneh

Damascus, Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: +963-11-333-5356 / +963-11-333-7490

Fax: +963-11-333-3203

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Yemeni Embassy in Damascus, Syria

Embassy of Yemen

Boite Postale 4956

Rue Al-Shafei 176-A

Damascus

Syria

  • City: Damascus

Phone: (+963-11) 718 6682

Fax: (+963-11) 543 4800