WA Delegate: None.
Embassies: North Africa, Africa, RORMS, Sudan, India, and 14 others.Australasian Democratic Union, The Ascendancy, West Africa, Coalition of Catholic States, Indian Ocean, Ganja, South Africa, Argentina, Right to Life, Galts Gulch, Angola, Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Disciples of Christ United, and Central Africa.
South Sudan contains 2 nations.
Today's World Census Report
The Most Influential in South Sudan
World Census experts spent many evenings loitering in the corridors of power in order to determine which nations were the greatest international diplomacy heavyweights.
As a region, South Sudan is ranked 3,768th in the world for Most Influential.
|1.||The United Kingdom of Assassasta||Democratic Socialists||“Fatherland, Light, Disorder”|
|2.||The Independent Peoples of Dinka Tribe||Inoffensive Centrist Democracy||“South Sudan , the worlds newest nation!”|
- 14 days ago: The United Kingdom of African Unity of the region United Africa proposed constructing embassies.
- 22 days ago: The Disputed Territories of David Yau Yau ceased to exist.
- 24 days ago: The Allied States of New Diplomatica of the region Diplomatica proposed constructing embassies.
- 29 days ago: The Sunni Nubia Egypt tribes of Nomadic sister of shawnas north africa departed this region for United Empire of Islam.
- 29 days ago: The Sunni Nubia Egypt tribes of Nomadic sister of shawnas north africa arrived from RORMS.
- 32 days ago: The Kingdom of Bahr ain of the region Kingdom Of Bahrain proposed constructing embassies.
- 33 days ago: Sector 21 of the region Area 35 proposed constructing embassies.
- 37 days ago: The Constitutional Monarchy of The new united britsh empire of the region The 2nd British Empire proposed constructing embassies.
- 44 days ago: Embassy cancelled between The umbrella and South Sudan.
- 52 days ago: The Constitutional Monarchy of The new united britsh empire of the region The 2nd British Empire proposed constructing embassies.
South Sudan Regional Message Board
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South Sudan Opens New Road Linking Juba to Border
While there are problems with many washed out roads in Juba and other cities and towns across the country this rainy season, South Sudan, with the help of the United States, is making great strides on other major transportation projects. Today the government inaugurated the Juba-Nimule road, a 192-kilometer highway connecting the capital, Juba, with the Ugandan border.
The newly completed road is the largest infrastructure project ever completed in South Sudan, and officials hope it can boost trade with East Africa.
Officials from the United States joined President Salva Kiir, and state and national South Sudanese officials to open the new road at the Liliyo Bridge, 26 kilometers south of Juba.
The road stretches from Nimule, at the Ugandan border, where it meets the highway to Kampala. From the Ugandan capital it then runs through Kenya to the port of Mombasa. All of South Sudan’s fuel and most of its produce and goods come from Uganda and Kenya. The government hopes the new road will make trade with the two countries faster and cheaper.
The road construction cost $225 million and was funded by the United States Agency for International Development. At the inauguration ceremony, President Salva Kiir thanked the American people for supporting South Sudan through years of civil war and more recently, following the peace agreement.
‘’During our peace negotiations with Sudan, America was one of the midwives attending to the birth of the new child, and they are the ones who brought peace to South Sudan. America did not leave us alone after the peace agreement, instead they came to live and say ‘let us help the people of South Sudan. That is why they constructed this road for us,” President Kiir said.
Before the road was built, traders and travellers coming to and from Uganda had to drive long hours over potholes and dirt tracks to reach Nimule. The new road will allow them to drive between the border and the capital in minutes rather than hours.
But with improved roads comes the risk of high speed accidents. President Kiir today urged motorists to drive safely.
‘’Please, people of South Sudan, and all those who will use this road, take care of yourselves first. Don’t pretend to hurry in order to reach quickly,” Mr. Kiir said.
US Ambassador Susan Page said the road is vital for South Sudan’s economy. During the event, she announced that the U.S. government would help fund road maintenance for the next year, due to South Sudan’s austerity measures.
September 12, 2012
Good to see our brothers and sisters from Sudan south blessing to our people I'm Nubian Egyptian and know we are one in blood. This region needs nations and help it saddens? Me to see this like this. I'm from north Africa and east African regions and are here on a ambassador peace mission from north Africa. How can we help the south Sudan people? And this wonderful region.
Ambassador from NA - Nubian sisters of shawna Egypt
Queen Nefertiti :
I've never been too this region I'm doing my world tour and just stopping by south Sudan. I know your people have see and lost family from Arab genocide but now is time for peace and rebuild a great nation for your lovely people. Thanks for the visit.
Hello sudauisi south sudan from ethiopia. In here from africa east somebody who was busy and people who will keep the south sudan from hare hate from your people Allah blesses your people ancient lands and people in fighting southern sudan.
OOC : Nubia Egypt is worried about this region south Sudan as a real nubiiea Kenuzi Ìm going to keep contact with this region sweetheart because my Taji is south Sudanese /;) shawna el Alababiesa inshallah sistas of south Sudanese and my people I'm here to be a voice fór our people nomadic Egyptians."""" For Real
Rejoice, O Mother Church! Exult in glory!
The risen Savior shines upon you!
Let this place resound with joy,
echoing the mighty song of all God's people!
Happy Easter from the VRCC.