Last update:Tue, 28 Jul 2020

Open position: Staff member for the Consular Division

CrestThe Embassy of Sri Lanka is looking for you, a reliable and engaged staff member / office communication, with friendly and decisive appearance for reliable processing of the following tasks in the framework of the work in the Consular Division:

  • Secreterial works in German, English, Sinhala and Tamil
  • Correspondence/Translations/Interpretation
  • Administrative work in connection with German authorities

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Press Release - Ambassador-designate of Sri Lanka to Germany assumes duties

6July2020 1Ambassador-designate to the Federal Republic of Germany, Manori Unambuwe assumed duties at the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin on 6 July 2020.

6July2020 2Upon the arrival at the Embassy, the Ambassador was welcomed and greeted by the staff. Following religious observances, Ms. Unambuwe officially assumed duties.

6July2020 4Addressing the staff, Ambassador-designate Unambuwe highlighted the importance of raising Sri Lanka’s profile in Germany while focusing on promotion of trade, investments and tourism, in post Covid-19 economic revival. She also expressed her optimism that the relations between Sri Lanka and Germany and other accredited countries would be further strengthened and expanded encompassing all areas of interest during her tenure.

6July2020 3Upon the arrival of the Ambassador-designate at the official residence, religious observances were conducted and alms were offered to Most Venerable Maha Sangha.

Prior to her appointment as the Ambassador of Sri Lanka to Germany, she served as Country Manager for SAP India Pvt Ltd., and has held senior management positions in global IT companies such as IBM and Oracle Corporation. She was also a Board Director at Information and Communication Technology Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA) and Sri Lanka Computer Emergency Response Team (SLCERT).

Ambassador Unambuwe holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the Australian Institute of Business, Australia.

Embassy of Sri Lanka, Berlin, Germany, 06 July 2020

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SLEMBThe Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin will resume work of the Consular Section from 26 May 2020 strictly on prior appointments. Walk - in applications will not be entertained. Appointments will be given on a case by case basis and based on prior appointments obtained from the Mission via following email:

When obtaining an appointment, you are requested to submit the following information:

• Name
• Passport No.
• Mobile No.
• Service required

Please note that it is not permitted to accompany the family members or friends, when visiting the Mission, unless their presence is compulsorily required in relations to the service concerned, such as birth registration, obtaining a passport for the child, etc. In order to ensure the health and safety of the people, the Embassy will ensure strict compliance of social distancing and hygiene measures. It will be mandatory for people visiting the Consular Section to wear face masks.

Embassy of Sri Lanka, Berlin, Germany, 25 May 2020

Find the full message in Sinhala and English as well as in Tamil.

Locally Recruited Messenger cum Cleaner for Sri Lanka Embassy

SLEMBThe Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin is recruiting a messenger cum cleaner 

• Look for a German Citizen/A person holding a valid work and residence permit.
• Good communication skills in German and English languages
• Working Experience in the Diplomatic missions or similar environment would be an added qualification

Contact 030-80909749 for more information. You may apply directly via e-mail under .

Pls. find the original job advertisement on the website of the Arbeitsagentur.

Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin Celebrates the 72nd Anniversary of the Independence of Sri Lanka

ND001The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Berlin celebrated the 72nd anniversary of the Independence Day on 4th February with the Flag hoisting ceremony held at the Embassy premises. On 7th February, the Embassy organized an event for the Sri Lankan community in Germany at the City Hall in Lichtenrade.

ND002The proceedings commenced with the singing of the National Anthems of both Sri Lanka and Germany by the children of the staff members and the Sri Lankans living in Germany. In honour of all the patriots who sacrificed their lives to preserve and protect the freedom, unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity of Sri Lanka, a two-minute silence was observed. With the view to invoke blessings upon Sri Lanka and its people, multi-faith religious observances were conducted by Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic and Christian clergy. Excerpts from the Vistas of Prosperity and Splendour of the President and the Independence Day messages of the Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Relations were read in Sinhala and Tamil.

ND 1Addressing the gathering, Charge d’ Affaires a.i Ahamed Razee referred the speech of the President Gotabaya Rajapaksa at the Independence Day celebration and emphasized that the prime objective of all Sri Lankans should be to collectively commit to achieve the true meaning of the freedom obtained, with a new vision and renewed vigour.

ND 2Further, Charge d Affaires highlighted that all Sri Lankans living in a foreign soil have a bigger role to play in the development of Sri Lanka. He also appreciated the Sri Lankan community for their support in the endeavours of the Embassy and expressed confidence in further strengthening this collaboration towards the efforts carried out by the Government of Sri Lanka in building a prosperous nation.

ND 2AHead of the South Asia Division of the Federal Foreign Office of Germany Sabine Seidler, congratulated Sri Lanka on the 72nd anniversary of the Independence and assured cooperation of Germany to further strengthen relations between the two countries which is characterized by goodwill, mutual respect and understanding.

ND 3The cultural troop of the Sri Lanka Army performed at the event adding more colour and glamour to the evening. The celebrations concluded with traditional Sri Lankan cuisine.

ND 4Embassy of Sri Lanka