Embassy of the Republic of Malta

Nile City Towers,

North Tower,

9th Floor

Ramlet Boulak


(00202) 24619961
 Visa Section
2204 8883
 VOIP (calling from Malta)
2204 8880


The Ambassador

Charles Sultana joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1999. From 1999 to 2003, prior to Malta's accession to the European Union, Mr. Sultana was involved in the accession and negotiation process on External Relations of the European Union and Free Movement of Goods. During this period he was also a member of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Malta lecturing within the International Relations Department.

Between 2003 and 2006, he served as Counsellor at the Permanent Representation of Malta to the European Union and was mainly responsible for issues related to Labour Law, Pensions and Social Security Legislation, Equality and Public Health. In March 2006, Mr Sultana commenced a four year posting in Canberra Australia as Deputy High Commissioner. He took up the position of Deputy Head of Mission at Malta’s Embassy in Beijing in February 2010. Mr Sultana was appointed Malta’s first resident Ambassador to the State of Kuwait on 1 September 2012. In November 2013 he was assigned the position of Head, Commonwealth and United Nations Unit within the Global Issues Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. During 2014 and 2015, Mr Sultana took up the position of Consul General in Toronto, Canada. In 2016 he was appointed Ambassador to the Arab Republic of Egypt.

Born on 19 June 1971, Charles Sultana holds an Honours degree in International Relations from the University of Malta. He continued his post graduate studies in European Community Law at Kings College London and attained a Masters degree in Diplomatic Studies from the Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies in Malta. Mr. Sultana also studied Asian politics and business at Kansai Gaidai University in Osaka, Japan.

Mr. Sultana is married and has a son.