Sri Lanka Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq

For Iraqi passport holders who plan to visit Sri Lanka, a visa is required. Let Sri Lanka Immigration Services provide you with helpful information about the Sri Lanka Embassy in Iraq and how you can get your visa to visit this South Asian country.

What does the Sri Lanka Embassy in Iraq serve?

The Sri Lanka Embassy serves as the official representation of Sri Lanka in Iraq, which facilitates and strengthens diplomatic relations between the two nations. With a comprehensive mandate, the embassy encompasses all matters regarding political, economic, financial, and legal affairs, ensuring Sri Lankan citizens in Iraq receive assistance in a timely manner.

Beyond the realms of governance and commerce, the Sri Lanka Embassy in Iraq also fosters collaboration in science, education, and culture, promoting mutual understanding and cooperation between the peoples of both countries.

Sri Lanka Embassy in Iraq contact information


  • Office Address: No 11, Lane 34, Area No. 611, Al-Mansour, Al-Dawoody, Baghdad, Iraq
  • Office Days: Sunday to Thursday
  • Office Hours: 0800 – 3.15hrs
  • Telephone: 7704847458 / 80909757
  • Email: slemb.baghdad(at)
  • Website:

Guide to applying for a Sri Lankan visa in Iraq

Candidates now can apply for a Sri Lanka visa from Iraq by visiting the Embassy or using the online application.
With the online visa system, instead of visiting the embassy to get a visa, Iraqi citizens are strongly encouraged to apply for a Sri Lanka e-visa online. By utilizing the e-visa service, you can save a lot of time and effort.
Let’s follow our instructions to complete the Sri Lanka visa for Iraqi citizens and get your Sri Lanka e-visa as soon as possible.

Please note that a Sri Lanka e-visa is only granted to those who visit Sri Lanka for such purposes as tourism, short-term business, or transit. If you wish to see the country for other reasons, including employment, education, or medical treatment, please get in touch with the Sri Lanka Embassy in Iraq or the consulate in your home country for further details.

If you have any further questions or comments, please get in touch with us. Thank you!

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