Head of Mission:
Mohammad Haroon Siddiqi, Honorary Consul
The Uganda embassy represents the interest of Uganda in Pakistan, and the Pakistan embassy represent the interest of Pakistan in Uganda. Throughout the world, Uganda has 70 embassies while Pakistan has 154 embassies.
Visiting the embassy
The embassy is open for operation from 9am to 2pm and always book an appointment before visiting through email or phone call during the official opening hours because visiting is strictly on appointment basis. Take note that appointment of Uganda in Pakistan may be prioritized. The embassy observes public holidays declared by either Uganda or Pakistan government.
The embassy provides a number of services to Uganda, local citizens and international citizens in Pakistan. Process passport and visa applications, provide power of attorney, help Uganda in marriage matters concerning Pakistan or vice versa, manage diplomatic relationships, notary services, monitor economic and social activities and negotiate deals affecting Pakistan relation. Check pakistan visa online for the appropriate visa required for your next visit to Uganda.
Travelers may be faced with an unforeseen situation such as loss of baggage, delayed flights, medical expenses, illness, accident, or emergency evacuation. It is important to travel out of your resident country with peace of mind by protecting your health and trip with a travel insurance that has global coverage. Check one here.
The Ugandan Honorary Consulate in Karachi could have adjusted its opening hours and extent of operations due to COVID-19. Always contact the embassy through their email or phone contact before visiting.
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