Ireland Embassy Tanzania


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The Ireland Embassy Tanzania is accredited to Burundi, Seychelles, Comoros and the Democratic Republic of Congo. It is responsible for handling all consular matters affecting Irish citizens in these countries. If you wish to renew your passport, request consular assistance, have documents authenticated etc., you should contact the Embassy of Ireland in Tanzania.

If you wish to travel to Ireland and require a visa, please consult the Visas section of this website for detailed guidance.


Diplomatic relations between Ireland and Burundi were established with a formal exchange of letters in Brussels in 2004. Ireland is currently represented on a non-residential basis by the Ambassador in Dar-es-Salaam,

Ireland provided €1.5 million to humanitarian, food security, health, peace and resilience programmes in Burundi in 2019. An additional €1.5 million was provided to assist Burundian refugees in neighbouring countries during the same period.

Ireland’s merchandise trade with Burundi is quite small. In 2019, exports to Burundi amounted to €28,000, while imports reached €16,000. Exports are principally plastics and miscellaneous manufactured items. Imports from Burundi are principally coffee, tea, coco, and spices.


Diplomatic relations with the Seychelles were established through the Permanent Mission of Ireland to the United Nations in New York in 1999. In 2017, Ireland appointed its first Ambassador to the Seychelles – Ambassador Paul Sherlock, resident in Tanzania. Ambassador Sherlock presented credentials to President Danny Faure on 7th November 2017.

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