Vacant temporary position as Visa Officer
The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Khartoum is seeking a qualified and highly motivated team member for a temporary, one year engagement as a Visa Officer.
European Joint Local Statement on the Case of Noura Hussein
The European Union Delegation in agreement with the EU Heads of Mission and the Heads of Mission of Norway and Switzerland in Sudan have issued a statement on the case of Noura Hussein.
The Norwegian Embassy in Khartoum visited North State and Dongola from 16. - 20. February 2018
The aim of the visit was to understand better the situation for migrants passing through the state on their way to Libya and Egypt and to talk to the State Government on how they are working with the migration issue.
The Norwegian Ministry of Justice and Public Security Signs a 4.3 Million NOK Agreement to Renew its Support to IOM’s Migrant Resource and Response Center in Sudan
Joint PRESS RELEASE
Closing conference of ARUSS – Assisting Regional Universities in Sudan and South Sudan
The closing conference of the Assisting Regional Universities in Sudan and South-Sudan (ARUSS) programme, a research cooperation between Chr.
New Minister of Foreign Affairs
In a session of the Council of State today, the King has made changes in the Norwegian Government.
Embassy field trip to Nyala
The Norwegian Embassy recently went on a field visit to Nyala, South Darfur to visit projects supported by the Darfur Community Peace and Stability Fund.
NOK 50 million to EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa
Press release | Date: 2017-10-10 The Government will provide NOK 50 million to the EU Emergency Trust Fund for Africa, the EU's trust fund for stability and addressing the root causes of irregular migration and displaced persons in Africa.
Joint Norway-UK Statement on the lifting of US economic sanctions
Press release: Norway and the United Kingdom welcome the decision taken by the United States Government to permanently lift the bilateral economic sanctions imposed on Sudan.
Statement Calling on the Government of Sudan and the Darfuri Armed Movements to Show Restraint and Return to Negotiations on Cessation of Hostilities