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The UK Embassy in Luanda, Angola is the diplomatic representation of the United Kingdom in Angola. The embassy protects the interests of the United Kingdom in Angola, protects and provides support for the British in Angola, and issues visas to Angolans and legal residents of Angola traveling to the UK.

As the official representation of Britain, the United Kingdom Embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents the UK’s interests in the areas of political, economic, financial, and legal affairs, as well as science, education, and culture.


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Visafromghana.com publishes and updates the contact details of the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Angola; location and directions, telephone numbers, fax numbers, address, email addresses, postal address, head of mission, ambassador, and consular information.


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British High Commission In Angola

Address

Rua 17 de Setembro, Nº 4 Caixa Postal 1244 Ingombotas Luanda Angola

Telephone

+244 222 334 583, +244 222 392 998,+244 222 372 917


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Working Hours

From Monday, 24 March 2020, the Embassy is closed to visitors due to the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Angola.

Email

[email protected]

Website

www.gov.uk


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Consular Section

Access to the Consular Section is by appointment only.


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