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South Sudan says it will “embarrass” Sudan over support to rebel groups

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July 22, 2013 (JUBA) - South Sudan said Monday it will embarrass the Sudanese government which accuses Juba of harbouring and providing support to the alliance of rebels groups that fight to topple Khartoum regime.

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’Chinese-manufactured Type-69 RPG round seized from Athor’s forces in Phome Zeraf, Jonglei state in early 2011. According to the UN Somalia and Eritrea Monitoring Group, identical rounds bearing the same lot number were seized from Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) forces in Somalia in September 2010. Eritrea reportedly supplied these rounds to the ONLF, raising questions about possible Eritrean relationships with Khartoum and/or Athor.’ (Small Arms Survey)

“This Khartoum (government) let them wait, we will embarrass them at broad light before the international community if they continue to lie without being ashamed that we support their rebels”, a top level military officer with South Sudanese Army (SPLA) told Sudan Tribune on Monday.

The officer, who is a member of the Joint Political and Security Committee (JPSC), said his country has a full list of evidence and testimonies showing the support the government of Sudan had provided to armed groups and political dissidents to struggling to remove the administration in Juba since secession.

“We do not want talk just for the sake of talking. We present the facts so that they talk for themselves and not the allegations. This is what we do when we meet at joint security meetings. We let them (Khartoum) talks and we come out with hard facts and humiliating evidence”.

“This is what we have been doing all this time”, stressed the officer who preferred anonymity because he is not authorised to talks to the press.

The Small Arms Survey, an independent research group, published last year different reports showing that weapons and ammunition used by the South Sudanese rebel groups are often from Sudanese factories or China.

Meanwhile, the Sudanese government establishes its accusations on intelligence reports about the movements of the Sudanese rebels and the logistical support they receive.

The South Sudanese official said joint security meetings have been postponed "until further notice" because Sudan has only one agenda "repeated and monotonous claims" that Juba supports Sudanese rebels.

He said it was the only matter the Sudanese delegation wanted to discuss, adding that the initial agenda was the establishment of joint crossing points and the evaluation of the implementation matrix.

The military disclosed that the meeting was scheduled to take place in Juba but the Sudanese side asked to move it to Addis Ababa.

Sudanese government informed Juba two weeks ago that it maintains its decision to freeze the implementation of the cooperation agreement and to shut down the pipeline on 7 August, urging Juba to stop its support to the rebel groups.

Khartoum also said that all the nine cooperation agreements should be implemented at the same time.

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  • 23 July 2013 08:51, by Robot

    Eritrea are the proxy..... pathetic we have bunch of them here in Juba.

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    • 23 July 2013 09:04, by simon yel

      Khartoum is the failed regime and they have sensed that SPLM - N is in the verge of wining the battle to topple this dictatorial regime of NCP and that is whythey have started making blames on south Sudan for supporting rebels not knowing that Sudanese became weary of their murderous regime and have started joining the revolution that will bring a bout rule of law, justice and equality to all ppl

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    • 23 July 2013 09:09, by Peter Mading

      No talk until we clear ourselves from the accusation. This is where we shall celebrate and mock at them.

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      • 23 July 2013 09:41, by Mayom County Boy

        yes no talk as you indicate it Mr Peter Mading anless we clear an erras accusation from both sides, we must clear all our selves and than we sit and talk.this is how we will solve all our accusations.

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      • 23 July 2013 09:42, by Mayom County Boy

        yes no talk as you indicate it Mr Peter Mading anless we clear an erras accusation from both sides, we must clear all our selves and than we sit and talk.this is how we will solve all our accusations.

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    • 23 July 2013 09:21, by Tutbol

      Robot,
      The plutocrats want bribed Eriteria as their would be springboard to mauld down the East Africans. The West formal armies don’t exist any more. They only have contracted mercernaries as we speak. Their current armies are here to invade the weak nations to steal and would want to skirts their equal like China & Russia. Get rid UNSC & Our plutocrats would just be another mortals.

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    • 23 July 2013 09:21, by Chol A.

      This is true, Sudan will be too embarrass because its support multiple rebels and financing Messeriyia Millitant to terrroist us while turn blind eye to others cliaming Juba supporting rebels. It enadless game use by Khartoum and no waste our time with them. World should have learned from Uganda security now when Sudan was 1 Khartoum supported LRA to distablish North Uganda. they are busted in thi

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      • 23 July 2013 16:13, by Lual

        why sudan accuse southern sudan and like to close the pipe
        line, mean they think that s sudan have no poweres.reason of pipe line passed in sudan? if s sudan stop theire goods to not flow in s sudan they will suffering.why sudan does want to co.operate with s sudan? sudan think that s sudan is still under is controll while s sudan is indefendent.

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    • 23 July 2013 10:35, by Gabriel Ajak

      Why always khartoum conditioning South Sudanese for shutting down oil pipeline, don’t South Sudanese having any other things equivalence to pipeline on the north side for to give also as a condition?
      To make it clear as a citizen of this nation i suggested that all Arab North Sudanese trades must go back to their own Country because they are still benefiting through trades on our ravenous.

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  • 23 July 2013 09:02, by Tutbol

    For everbody else to win; let N Sudan shut the damn pipeline down & let them support their Lam Akol, Yau Yau & S Sudan would see if it will support the SPLM-N. But N S sudan would be adviced to vacate the S Sudan occupied territories or they will taken by force; it is that simple & plain as we always have *day and night*.

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  • 23 July 2013 09:10, by Peter Mangok

    Yes! we need leaders who can talk like you Mr Officer!

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  • 23 July 2013 09:20, by Akuma

    Let the facts be known by the international communities otherwise peace will prevail among the two Sudans

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  • 23 July 2013 09:42, by Pif Paf

    It is you who will be embarrassed because unprofessional SPLA government in Juba has no idea what their army is doing. The support is lent by generals within the SPLA without the knowledge of some political figures in Juba while the others deny it. Can someone explain why the Darfur rebels moved to the southern borders? or how they are able to undertake military campaigns if not for the support?

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    • 23 July 2013 14:58, by Kalo

      Pip paf,shut up your rotten mouth,let me assure you that Darfurian rebels used to across through,Babunusa,Lagawa,Kurgul,Umitan to Rashad,weak SAF feared to confront them,you are in Khartoum,you don,t know what was going on there,they were not passing through S.Sudan,Wad-Nuba

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  • 23 July 2013 09:43, by Joseph Canada

    Show the International community the places they Bombed after the signing of the Ethiopia Declaration too. They always say SS s lying about bombs being dropped in their ares.

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  • 23 July 2013 10:26, by Gäär

    No one is better in hide and seek games like Khartoum government. You know what they will say: AU military panel finding is not credible enough or is one sided. And AU has no power to do anything. Same old story of lies since 1955!

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    • 23 July 2013 23:16, by panom lualbil

      Not only KHARTOUM provided our rebels [NAATH] with assistances, the fat one CEITH MACHAR is on her way to boyfriend MR BASHIR for the second times. MR KIIR is another DR JOHN and things don’t get alright. RIAK said it’s better to go for honey.

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      • 24 July 2013 02:58, by Gäär

        Illiterate Slava Kiir was Khartoum agent killing Anya Nyas who fought so hard for SS. Dr Devil Garang was a mercenary before he was convinced to fight for the cause. Wait you will see what shape up next for your likes. the same mouth you’re using now will be same one will make you cry, slave!

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        • 24 July 2013 20:49, by panom lualbil

          Remember games don’t stop till when you learn the rule of laws or you’ll seek refugees or Arabs will fuck y’all in ass. If RIAK was not stupid he should never criticized on his BIG BOSS while he’s #1 in TRIBALISM n #2 corruption. You’ll always blame yourselves fighting proxy-war n betrayal till hell.

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  • 23 July 2013 13:37, by Oppressor

    A UN panel of independent experts established since 2005 to monitor the arms embargo said in a report released recently says that the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) established "a large base for around 800 armed fighters" outside Bentiu, capital of Unity State and also another base in Timshaha in Western Bahr el-Ghazal State."This report represents a testimony of an international body that ca

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    • 23 July 2013 13:40, by Oppressor

      Cont.. that cannot be accused of being biased to Sudan"
      The United States and other western countries have in the past called on Juba to stop its support to Sudanese rebel groups but South Sudan, which seceded from Sudan in 2011 has dismissed the accusations and denied harbouring or supporting them. What Kind Of Embarrass u want more ??? Funny Janoubeen any way support or not no oil will pass.

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    • 23 July 2013 14:55, by South South

      Oppressor,
      What you are talking about is called allegation son of Mohammed, the prophet who married 6 years old girl. South Sudan has concrete evidences that will destroy gays of Khartoum. Mohammed was a weird guy like you. He did these:
      1- he married 6 years old girl
      2- he married an old woman who was old enough to be his mother.
      3- He married more than 10 wives while he told others to marry 4.

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    • 23 July 2013 14:56, by South South

      Oppressor,
      What you are talking about is called allegation son of Mohammed, the prophet who married 6 years old girl. South Sudan has concrete evidences that will destroy gays of Khartoum. Mohammed was a weird guy like you. He did these:
      1- he married 6 years old girl
      2- he married an old woman who was old enough to be his mother.
      3- He married more than 10 wives while he told others to marry 4.

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  • 23 July 2013 14:25, by barbayo

    yes no talks again with primative arab

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  • 23 July 2013 15:15, by Anti Terrer

    REGIME OF BHASHIR IS A DYING HORSE, ALL ALLEGATIONS WHICH HE MADE SINCE INDEPENDENT OF S.S AGAINST THE G.VT ARE UNFOUNDED...LET THE DYING HORSE KICKS STILL BUT ALL WILL B WITH SS. SHAME ON U THUGS ARABS

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  • 23 July 2013 17:46, by Kelei

    Talking to arab can take millions without solution, i guest that why Israel don’t waste there talking to them.The one only solution here is just shut down damn oil, and no more negotiation with them. they been supporting our rebel even they force South Sudanese who were living in the north to join rebels who are fight South, but none of them became successful.

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    • 23 July 2013 18:00, by Kelei

      Let Juba response by providing everything to Northern Sudan rebels,there is no time to waste in one year from now Bashir will be in history book as genocide master and Sudan will be free.

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