The Bruno and Borat star was rumoured to have been banned from the Oscars after organisers disagreed with his plan to walk the red carpet as the character from upcoming mockumentary The Dictator.
However, Oscars producer Brian Grazer has since insisted that the actor is welcome at the awards because they "respect him as an artist".
In a new statement as his alter ego General Aladeen, Baron Cohen posed with tickets for the event and said: "VICTORY IS OURS! Today the Mighty Nation of Wadiya triumphed over the Zionist snakes of Hollywood.
"Evil and all those who made Satan their protector were vanquished and driven into the Pacific Sea. What I am trying to say here is that the Academy have surrendered and sent over two tickets and a parking pass! TODAY OSCAR, TOMORROW OBAMA!"
Cohen stars in Martin Scorsese's Hugo, which is nominated for 11 awards at the ceremony ceremony, including 'Best Picture'.
The Academy Awards will air on Sunday, February 26 on ABC in the US and Sky Movies in the UK.
Watch The Dictator's Admiral General Aladeen address the previous 'ban' below: