Sudan has deposited in the last week of February 2020 a third batch of seed samples representing 301 accessions of local genetic resources of known cultivated crops in the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway as a back-up measure for safety duplication of indigenous plant genetic resources of which Sudan is a country of origin. By this deposit event the total accessions from Sudan being safely duplicated in the Svalbard become 1813 accessions from crops such as sorghum, pearl millet, cowpea and sesame. Mr. Ali Zakaria Babiker, the head of the PGR Conservation Section in the Agricultural Plant Genetic Resources Conservation and Research Centre (APGRC) of the Agricultural Research Corporation (ARC) of Sudan has participated in this event, which was held purposely in Svalbard to celebrate the deposit of seeds by 35 countries during 24-26 Feb. 2020.