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on 2012/5/13 12:10:01

The Sudanese government has described South Sudan’s decision to include the disputed areas on the agenda of negotiations as an attempt by Juba to obstruct efforts for resuming talks between the two countries. The Presidential Adviser Ghazi Salaheddin has said that the decision by the Government of South Sudan reflects ill-intention in the UN Security Council resolution which set the stage for such allegations, adding that the UN Security Council resolution did not give priority to the disputed areas.
In a statement to the Sudan Radio, Mr. Salaheddin said that the stance of the government of South Sudan would derail the upcoming round of talks between the two countries because South Sudan had opted for war so it could attempt to block efforts to resume negotiations.

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