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Famous Cotton Tree viewed from State Avenue

Welcome to the Embassy of Sierra Leone in Washington DC Website. We are pleased to offer this site as an information resource on Sierra Leone’s political, economic and cultural issues.

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Local Beach along the Freetown Peninsula

Welcome to the Embassy of Sierra Leone in Washington DC Website. We are pleased to offer this site as an information resource on Sierra Leone’s political, economic and cultural issues.

Welcome to Republic of Sierra Leone Embassy

Welcome Message from H. E. Bockari Kortu Stevens

November Elections Will Be Free, Fair And Non-Violent

Just five years ago, the People of Sierra Leone went to the polls and placed their confidence in the then opposition party, electing its flag-bearer as the President. The elections were followed by a smooth transition of power from an incumbent in power for 11 years to a party in opposition for 15 years. Given that the country was emerging from an era of political and civil crises, the International Community was truly inspired by the ability of the people of Sierra Leone to rise above past challenges.

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Database Regisration Form

The Embassy of Sierra Leone in the USA has embarked on the process of registering all Sierra Leoneans in the United States of America and Canada. The overal aim of this exercise is to construct a database of our nationals in the North American Diaspora.The Information supplied will be Confidential and is intended solely for the Embassy's database and for statistical purposes. Please spare a couple of minutes to complete the details below.

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Latest Press Releases

The Charge d’Affairs Celebrates 52nd Independence Anniversary With Sierra Leonean Community In Ohio

Washington D.C., Tuesday 30th April, 2013: The Charge d’ Affairs (a.i.) of the Embassy of the Republic of Sierra Leone in Washington D.C. has returned from Columbus, Ohio, after a hectic three-day celebrations...

Charge D’Affairs (AI) Mrs. Aisha Sillah attends Fund-raising Event hosted by the Benin Embassy in Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C., Friday, 19th October 2012: A stormy weather condition this evening did not stand in the way of the Charge D’ Affairs (AI) of the Embassy of the Republic of Sierra Leone in Washington,...
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