US bans citizens from traveling to South Sudan

US President Donald Trump. Photo: ABC News

Juba, February 5, 2019 (SSNA) — The United States has banned its citizens from visiting the war-ravaged South Sudan, saying the young nation is a threat to its national security, the USA Today reported.

The report indicates that there are other 27 countries blacklisted by the US and South Sudan is listed on number 23. The United States believes the ongoing civil war and other crimes are a threat to Americans.

The South Sudan News Agency (SSNA) understands that the United States updated its travel ban in December last year.

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  • S. Sudan behaves like a wild animal let the leaders understand the situation the citizens are in, do they enjoy their power.

  • Imran Hussain
    April 25, 2019 2:54 am

    Please Advise.
    I am an Indian and I am travelling to South Sudan on employment contract for a year and willing to visit USA after completing my Employment contract.
    Will US Embassy approve my visa. Please let me know.


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