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The Embassy of the Republic of South Sudan

Contact

Address: Leipziger Platz 8, Berlin, D-10117

Tel.: +49-30/ 206 445 9-0

Fax: +49-30/ 206 445 9-19

E-mail: info@embassy-southsudan.de

www.embassy-southsudan.de

The Ambassador

Amb. Beatrice Khamisa Wani Noah

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Education: Holds a Master of Arts Degree in International Relations from the United States International University (USIU) Africa, Nairobi, where she won the Top Student Award in 2006. She obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Land and Water Management from Cranfield Institute of Technology, Silsoe College, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom (1987)

Professional Career:
1984-1990 | Remote Sensing and Land Use Officer in the Ministry of Agriculture in the Regional Government
1994-2003 | Proofreader and Copyeditor with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
2006-2010 | Director General for Multilateral Relations in the Ministry of Regional Cooperation, GOSS
2010-2011 | Undersecretary in the Government of Southern Sudan (GOSS) Ministry of Peace and CPA Implementation
2011-2013 | Deputy Minister of Telecommunications and Postal Services
2013 | South Sudan Country Director for Key Management Consultancy Services (KMS) of Finland, with base in Juba, South Sudan
2014-2017 | Ambassador of South Sudan to the Democratic Republic of Congo

Positions: Member of the Southern Sudan Referendum Bureau (SSRB); Team leader of Southern Sudan Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Study tour to Liberia; Board member of the first pilot Microfinance Awards for Southern Sudan and Team leader for the 1st Preparatory Team for the Arab Investment Conference for Southern Sudan and the Three Transitional Areas

History

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The Embassy of the Republic of South Sudan in Berlin was opened in the autumn of 2012 and can be found in the heart of the city. The diplomatic relationship with the German government was established right at the beginning of independence in 2011. Germany was the president of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) at the time when independence was declared. Germany has had a longstanding relationship with South Sudan during its struggle for independence.