Embassies and Consulates

As with all countries, embassies and consulates in Algeria play a vital role in the country. What is the difference between an embassy and a consulate? An embassy can also be referred to as a diplomatic mission. This is a group of people from a particular nation state who live in Algeria and act as a representative of their home state. It is the office of a county's diplomatic representatives/ambassadors and it is typically located in the capital city of the host country. For example, you will find a British Embassy in Algeria which serves to represent Britain in Algeria.

A consulate, on the other hand, is a branch of an embassy that assists foreigners with gaining entrance into a country. For example, the English consulate in Algeria is responsible for providing Algerians with visas to the UK. Consulates are often in the same building as the embassy.

Below is an alphabetical list of embassies in Algeria, along with some contact details. It is a wise idea to ensure that you know the contact information of your particular embassy before leaving for your holiday in Algeria. This knowledge will be useful should you need any sort of assistance during your travels.

Embassy of Belgium – in Algiers
E-mail: [email protected]

Embassy of Denmark – in Algiers
E-mail: [email protected]
Address: 12 Ave Emile Marquis

Embassy of Ghana – in Algiers
Address: 62 Rue Des Freres Benali
Tel: 213-2-692443

Embassy of Greece – in Algiers
E-mail: [email protected]

Embassy of India – in Algiers
E-mail: [email protected]

Embassy of Oman – in Algiers
Address: 52 Rue Djamel Eddine El-Afghani
Tel: 213 021 941310

Embassy of South Korea – in Algiers

Embassy of United Kingdom – in Algiers

Embassy of Venezuela – in Algiers

Embassy of Angola – in Algiers

Embassy of Peoples’ Republic of China – in Algiers

Embassy of Czech Republic – In Algiers

Embassy of France – in Algiers

Embassy of Germany – in Algiers

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