The Embassy of the Republic of Burundi in Norway has the honor to inform that on 29 of December 2014, a team of non-identified elements attacked Burundi in the Province of Cibitoke situated at around 60 km in the north of the capital Bujumbura.
Those assailants coming from the Democratic Republic of Congo entered in the communes of Murwi and Bukinanyana in the province of Cibitoke by the river Rusizi that separates our two countries and were going to settle down in the Kibira.
Kibila is a naturel forest long of about 80 km and large of more or less 10 Km. It served as a sanctuary to rebellion during the civil war that took place in Burundi from 1993 to 2008.
The Embassy of the Republic of Burundi in Norway has the honor to inform all residents of scandinavia (Norway, Sweden, Danmark, Finland, Iceland) travelling to Burundi that the entry visa is no longer issued at the airport arrival since 1st March 2015.
Those who wish to travel to Burundi are requided to apply their visa at the Embasssy of the Republic of Burundi in Oslo.
Briefing to African Heads of Diplomatic Missions on the current political and security situation in Burundi. (12.05.2015)
On the 8th of May 2015, th Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation hold a meeting with African Heads of Diplomatic Missions. (Read press release)
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