The Norwegian Embassy Chancellery in Juba is temporarily closed due to safety reasons. The Embassy will remain open for telephone correspondence, although with limited service. Contact information: +47 23 95 79 00   More information about the situation in South Sudan (in norwegian)    

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The Norwegian Embassy has relocated to new premises.

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The Embassy is closed Thursday 7 and Friday 8 July for Eid and the National day.

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Troika statement clarifies there was no letter asking for changes to Government positions

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Photo: Unicef/Gonzalez.

In cooperation with Unicef and the State Ministry of Education, the Norwegian Embassy organised a children's poetry competition in Juba. More than 200 children from five primary schools participated. We are proud to present the four winning poems that were read at the Norwegian National Day Reception 17 May:

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Norwegian government has donated 65million NOK (approx. USD 7.8 million) to Food and Agricultural Organization of United Nations (UNFAO) in South Sudan to help alleviate suffering and problems facing many South Sudanese.

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A delegation from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Central Control Unit, headed by Inspector General Mr. Nils Haugstveit, concluded a five-day visit to perform an onsite check of how Norway’s funds are being managed in South Sudan.

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The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) Partners Group had its second meeting in Addis 10 May, co-chaired by Ethiopia and Norway, to discuss implementation of all aspects of the Agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan (ARCSS).

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Today, World Press Freedom Day is being celebrated with more than 100 events all over the world. The overarching theme for this year’s international event is access to information and fundamental freedoms.

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“Together with my Troika colleagues, I welcome the long-awaited formation of South Sudan’s transitional government of national unity," said Foreign Minister Børge Brende.

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Norwegian Ambassador Ms Tone Tinnes celebrating with girls from Juba One Primary School. 
Photo: Norwegian Embassy, Juba/Gunvor W. Skancke.

The Norwegian ambassador celebrated the International Women’s day at Juba One Primary School.

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Dear Sisters of South Sudan; I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you all on International Women’s Day. This is your day. A day to acknowledge and express our gratitude for your hard and unending work for peace, reconciliation and development in this beautiful country.

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