News from the Embassy


Following the decision of the government of Ukraine to enforce a lock-down  to curtail the spread of the COVID-19 effective from 5th April, 2021, the public is hereby notified that the Chancery will operate only on Tuesdays, and Thursdays, from 10.00am to 2.00pm, commencing Tuesday 6th April, 2021. This is essential, as it is no longer conducive to proceed with the normal working days and hours based on the quarantine measures.


2.        Consequently, the submission of applications for visas, as well as the authentication/issuance of documents will be from 11.00am to 12.30pm, while collection would be at 1.00pm 2.00pm. Furthermore, applicants for Passports should please ensure that they obtain an appointment at:  

The appointment times must be strictly adhered to, in order to ensure efficiency.


Consular Section

1st April, 2021


The  general public is hereby informed that the Federal Government of Nigeria has declared 2nd and 5th April, 2021 a public holidays to mark the Easter celebration.

The Embassy will be closed on these dates and will resume normal duties on 6th April, 2021.

Consular Section

Embassy of Nigeria





The Embassy wishes to inform the public that the Federal Government of Nigeria has reiterated the subsistence of 19th February, 2021, deadline for linkaging of the National Identity Number (NIN) to Telephone lines.

            Consequently, the government has approved the opening of new enrollment centers in Canada, Spain and Switzerland whereas the Diaspora licensees   have commenced the reopening of NIN enrollment centers in countries that are certified to do so.

            The Public is hereby advised to seize the opportunity of the under-listed centers, to enroll for the mandatory NIN policy, which will form part of all future Citizens-Centric- Services in the Mission.

Consular section

3rd February, 2021.