Norway, the United Kingdom and the United States wish to express their shock at the unfounded allegations made on 13 January by an SPLA spokesman against the Troika.

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The newspaper The East African has published an article with false information.

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Six artists, six months. Starting next year the Norwegian Embassy will launch a monthly pop-up art exhibit showing the works of South Sudanese painters. Send us your work!

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Livelihoods have improved with support from Norway to IGAD's regional initiative as local capacity gets strengthened and veterinary services delivered in South Sudan.

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21 November 2016, Juba, The Head of Development Cooperation at the Royal Norwegian Embassy, Counsellor Gunvor W. Skancke calls for children and youth to be provided with a conducive environment to learn and build a future for themselves.

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In a joint statement, the IGAD, Troika, and EU partners of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) condemn calls by opposition leaders in South Sudan for a renewal of armed conflict, and call on the government and armed opposition groups to immediately adhere to the permanent ceasefire.

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The Norwegian Embassy has relocated to new premises.

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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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