We're excited to announce thebestofzambia.com is now infobwana.com
· More

Diplomatic missions businesses in Zambia

The embassies and high commissions that are found in Zambia and represent sovereign states from all over the world and these are listed here. Each mission provides a link between Zambia and the individual country concerned, for purposes such as diplomacy, consular and visa, and bilateral aid. A permanent diplomatic mission is an embassy or high commission, and the person in charge of the mission is known as an ambassador or high commissioner. Embassy also refers to the building or compound housing an ambassador's offices and staff. The main embassy building in which they work may be known as a chancery.
1-16 of 16 results
30
1
Embassy of Ireland in Zambia provides a wide range of consular services for Irish citizens, Zambians and other nationals. Services include, but not limited to, visas, citizenship, document authentication and emergency assistance. The embassy focuses on promoting Irish culture and economic interests.
The Embassy of Egypt in Lusaka provides a full range of consular services to Zambians, Egyptians and international citizens in the country. The embassy focuses on promoting friendly relations between Zambia and Egypt. It also develops economic and cultural relations between the two countries.
Embassy of Zimbabwe in Zambia develops and maintains relations between Zimbabwe and Zambia. The embassy provides consular assistance to Zimbabwean citizens in Zambia, as well as information and advice to persons or organisations wishing to visit or do business with, or in Zambia.
Swedish citizens can get information, contacts or other support, assistance when having difficulties going back to Sweden, information on the local medical system and resources, new Swedish passports or identity cards (if lost, stolen or damaged) or those that want to vote in Swedish elections. Zambians can apply for visas.
The Embassy of Italy in Zambia is responsible for issuance of visas and looking after the welfare of Zambians in countries of accreditation. Other services include facilitating passport renewal, issuance of travel documents of identity, issuance of Nulla Osta (marriage declarations) to Zambian nationals marrying in Italy and more.
Committed to building positive partnerships with Zambia, the Embassy of Somalia in Zambia has strengthened ties between the countries. It offers its services to Somalis and Zambians and handles government-to-government diplomacy. The embassy also promotes trade, investment and tourism.
Embassy of the People's Republic of China in Zambia provides consular services to Chinese, Zambian and other nationals. It is the official representation of China in Zambia, covering all matters concerning diplomatic relations. The embassy has a mission to expand existing links between Zambia and China.
The Embassy of the Democratic Republican of Congo in Zambia offers a wide range of services including passports, visas, citizenship, authenticating documents, and travel advice. It also assists Zambian companies with capacity building on trade related issues such as export procedures and international trade rules.
Denmark's consulate is committed to providing Danes, Zambians and other nationals living in Zambia with a complete range of services. For travel advice, other EU countries' travel advice information can be used. The Norwegian Embassy is currently handling residence and work permit applications on behalf of this consulate.
The Embassy of France in Zambia offers consular services to french citizens and issues travel documents to foreigners. The embassy also provides services for french companies interested in investing in Zambia. The embassy promotes, strengthens and maintains the bilateral relations between France and Zambia.
U.S. Embassy in Zambia
Embassies
Lusaka
The American Embassy in Zambia reports on political and economic issues that affect bilateral relations and possibly impact the U.S. directly as well as to help U.S. businesses to find partners and customers. It also sponsors American scientists, scholars, and artists to promote professional, educational and cultural exchanges.
Germany has maintained strong relations with Zambia, being one of the most important partners of German development co-operation. The embassy issues short and long term visas, as well as passports. The embassy also provides Zambians and other nationals wanting to travel to Germany.
The Russian Embassy in Zambia is one of 166 Russia diplomatic and consular representations abroad. The embassy strives to work for friendship and greater understanding between the people of the Republic of Zambia and the Russian Federation, and promote the exchange of information about the two countries.
The Embassy of Japan in Zambia provides an extensive range of consular services to Japanese citizens living in Zambia, as well as Zambians and other nationals. The embassy also provides services for Japanese companies interested in investing in Zambia, and aims to link Zambian businesses to Japanese.
The Angolan Embassy in Zambia promotes tourism, culture and trade between Angola and Zambia. It provides a link between the two countries. The cultural origins of Angola are tied to the traditions of the central Bantu peoples of the ancient kingdom of Kongo, as well as a strong Portuguese cultural influence.
The High Commission seeks to encourage trade between Namibia and Zambia and promote investment opportunities in the country. A small staff of professionals provide temporary travel documents for Namibian nationals living in Zambia, and visas for non-Namibians wishing to visit Namibia.

Diplomatic missions

The embassies and high commissions that are found in Zambia and represent sovereign states from all over the world and these are listed here. Each mission provides a link between Zambia and the individual country concerned, for purposes such as diplomacy, consular and visa, and bilateral aid. A permanent diplomatic mission is an embassy or high commission, and the person in charge of the mission is known as an ambassador or high commissioner. Embassy also refers to the building or compound housing an ambassador's offices and staff. The main embassy building in which they work may be known as a chancery.
A consulate is a small official office of a country in in Zambia. The main office is called an Embassy, and is in the capital city. Consulates usually deal with questions about passports for their own citizens, visas for foreigners wanting to visit the consulate's home country and licences for import and export. Some larger and more important countries might also have Consulates General. These are simply bigger consulates which might do more than a smaller consulate. The person in charge is called a consul, or consul general. Consular officers have diplomatic immunity.
A foreign embassy is the official office of one country in the capital of another country. It is where the ambassador of the home country live in the foreign country for a number of years. An embassy is where the ambassador lives. Embassies are Lusaka the capital city of Zambia. Embassies in Zambia represent nations of the world that are in diplomatic relations with Zambia. They are the offices of a country’s diplomatic representatives in Lusaka, with a delegation that provides a link between Zambia and the individual country concerned. An embassy is headed by an Ambassador.
High Commissions represent countries which, like Zambia, are part of the Commonwealth. A Commonwealth country’s High Commission is its embassy to Zambia. The head of each High Commission is the High Commissioner (equal in status to an ambassador). Each mission provides a link between Zambia and the individual country concerned. The Commonwealth is an intergovernmental organisation of fifty-four independent member states. All but two of these countries were formerly part of the British Empire. The member states co-operate within a framework of common values and goals, which include the promotion of democracy, human rights, good governance, the rule of law, individual liberty, egalitarianism, free trade, multilateralism and world peace.