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News aus dem Südsudan

Public Holiday

Public Holiday

The Embassy of the Republic of South Sudan in Berlin would like to inform that , Thursday the 30th July , 2015 is a Public Holiday  of  the Martyrs day in the Republic of South Sudan , therefore  the Embassy will remain closed  for the whole day , the work will resume on the next day Friday, 31st July ,2015.

Wish you all the best

Congratulations

Congratulations

With full of joy and glory , H.E .Sitona Abdalla Osman the Ambassador of the Republic of South Sudan to the Federal Republic Of Germany congratulates, the South Sudanese community in Federal Republic of Germany on the Easter Celebrations.

For this occasion the Embassy will remain closed for the public from Friday 3rd to Monday 6th April, 2015 and work will resume on Tuesday 7th April, 2015.

In case of emergency, please contact the mobile number (+49 16090634696)

May this Easter bring you all together for a great celebration filed with peace, lots of joy and happiness

BERLIN – ITB 2015

BERLIN – INTERNATIONAL TOURISM TRADE SHOW 2015

The ITB Berlin is the world’s largest travel trade show. The ITB took place from Wednesday, 4th March 2015 and came to an end on Sunday, 8th March 2015.

The International Tourism Bourse 2015 was able to retain its position as the world’s largest travel trade show. More than 10,000 exhibitors among them the Republic of South Sudan, from 186 countries participated at the tourism trade show, more than two-thirds of them were from abroad, and they were represented in 26 display halls which were fully booked. Overall, some 115,000 trade visitors (2014: 114,000) traveled to Berlin. The share of trade visitors from abroad increased to 43 % (2014: 40%). These visitors also remained longer at ITB Berlin because they did good business, with the average duration of a stay rising to 2.4 days (2014: 2.1 days). According to estimates by Messe Berlin the volume of sales at the world’s leading travel trade show increased from around 6.5 billion euros in 2014 to 6.7 billion euros.