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Norway joins international partners in welcoming signatures of the AU Roadmap for peace talks in Sudan.

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The Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education (SIU) has launched a new funding scheme for collaboration between higher education institutions in Norway and selected developing countries.

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The Norwegian Constitution Day proved once more to be one of the hottest days in Khartoum. Nonetheless, we had a good turnout for a wonderful reception at the Ambassador’s residence garden, with flag colored balloons, a live band orchestra, and scrumptious finger food.

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The Norwegian Ambassador to Sudan gets a demonstration of how the project’s fishery database works. 
Photo: Inga Dalin.

The Norwegian Ambassador to Sudan, Kristin Sverdrup, visited Port Sudan last week to meet with the Wali of Red Sea State, Mr. Ali Ahmed Hamid, and to follow up Norway’s cooperation with Sudan on Marine Resources along the Sudanese coast.

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Valued at $3.5 million, the Social Safety Net Project is supported by the World Bank-managed Sudan Multi-Partner Fund (SMPF), which receives support from Britain’s Department for Inter-national Development and the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Sudan.

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ONLINE APPLICATION: From the 15th of February you will have to register online in the Application Portal, in order to apply for a visa. You will also need to book an appointment to submit your documents in the Application Portal. It will no longer be possible to submit paper applications, nor book appointments by e-mail.

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‘The crisis in Syria is having unspeakable consequences for millions of people in Syria and its neighbouring countries. The best way we can help is by providing direct assistance in Syria and the region. For this reason, Norway is now increasing its aid to Syria and the region to NOK 2.4 billion for 2016. We intend to maintain this high level of assistance and will provide a total of around NOK...

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In response to the large number of asylum seekers entering the country, the Norwegian Government has proposed legislative amendments that among other things will enable the swift return of certain asylum seekers.

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