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Sudan’s delegation on security issues departs for Addis Ababa

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July 4, 2012 (KHARTOUM) - The Sudanese delegation for talks on security arrangements will travel on Wednesday to Addis Ababa before resuming talks on the buffer zone on Thursday.

Sudanese sources said the delegations have two days to end the discussions on the demilitarized zone which were hampered by the divergences over a number of disputed areas on the common border.

The mediation proposed a map to define this buffer zone but Sudan vetoed it stressing that it includes an area called ‘Mile 14’ and called on the African Union panel to work with the map according to which South Sudan agreed independence.

The leadership council of the National Congress Party (NCP) headed by President Omar Al-Bashir will discuss, on Wednesday afternoon, a number of propositions and understandings which the delegation can put on the negotiating table.

Committees on the other pending issues are also to start talks this week.

The parties have around three weeks to conclude an agreement over the all pending issues including the oil pipeline, border demarcation and Abyei. The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has set the 2 August as the deadline to conclude the process.

The mediation has to submit its proposals to end the conflict to the UNSC, which is supposed to call on the two countries to adopt the package and to threaten them with sanctions if they do not.

The African Union mediation also rejected a proposal by South Sudan to hand the border demarcation issue to the international arbitration, reminding the two parties to observe the resolution 2046.

(ST)

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  • 4 July 2012 13:54, by Darkangel

    Hey Insects - read this !
    Sudan Awards Nine Oil Exploration Contracts

    Bloomberg
    Sudan awarded nine contracts with 17 international companies that will invest $500 million to explore for oil in the African nation.

    • 4 July 2012 14:01, by Darkangel

      Companies included are from Brazil, Australia, Canada, Nigeria, Hon-Kong, France and some local Oil companies.

      You guys have been waiting 10 years for Total to even look at your Block !!

      • 4 July 2012 16:45, by Chol

        What’s new Sudan expect from another round of talk? Are they going to accept the deal they already rejected or is it just another clown show!

        Darkangel, look, the key words here are “African Nations” Bloomberg report 17 international companies will invest $ 500 million in Africa and Sudan may just happen to be one of the Nations. Please, lower your expectations.

        • 4 July 2012 17:01, by Chol

          Did you Sudanese forget the things you said about Jews? Why are you so excited about Bloomberg investing $ 500 million in Africa? Oh, you just see a dollar sign and your brains are transformed radically! What a disgraced!

    • 4 July 2012 14:03, by Abikacha

      YOU ARE A FOOL WHO BELIEVE THINGS B4 THEY COME INTO EFFECT!!! CAN YOU ASK YOURSELF ON HOW YOU WILL SORT OUT ISSUES OF SECURITY FIRST, BECAUSE INVESTMENT TAKES PLACE IN A PEACEFUL ENVIRONMENT!!! STUPID FOOL GET THINGS RIGHT THAT THE INSECT GOVERNMENT HAS BROUGHT YOU ON THE TABLE AS INDEPENDENT PARTNER IN CPA THAT IS WHY YOU SHOULD LISTEN OR NO PEACE JANA UMAK !!!

      • 4 July 2012 14:08, by Darkangel

        Abikacha the world knows South Sudan is trying to cause a security issue in Sudan because your being dragged by the US and Israel. But its sad because 5million of your population are dying and hungry. No money - no oil. You thought attacking Heglig would mean collapse for Sudan. Look whos laughing now insect.

        hate all you want, but god stands by his believers, not insect slaves of the white devil

      • 4 July 2012 14:13, by Darkangel

        VOA News

        South Sudan’s First Year of Independence Mired in Conflict

        Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch both found serious human rights violations in the new South Sudan
        Juba has deployed South Sudan’s armed forces to fight at least seven armed opposition groups in Jonglei, Unity, and Upper Nile states.

    • 4 July 2012 14:05, by Darkangel

      More bad news for you ;

      Al-Bashir inaugurates The White Nile Sugar factory after next week adding 450000 Tons of sugar production to Sudan. Making it the third largest producer of Sugar in Africa after South Africa and Egypt.

      Hmmm, i wonder what South Sudan has constructed in the last 5 years - Oh yeah a road and Pagans new Villa in Australia.

      • 4 July 2012 14:21, by Darkangel

        I have an idea since you miserable insects hate us so much.
        Take back you 500000 stranded Southerners in the North - close the borders and forget about Abyei, Heglig, Hufrat al Nuhas and Kaka. We dont need you ( you need us hahahah). Stop the negotiations NOW

        Call your president and tell him no more talks with Jalaba. Will see how long south sudan remains.

      • 4 July 2012 14:23, by Robot

        DarkAngel,
        Your name spells right and defines you, believe me you are retarded, Sudan is pierced from all corners and you are an already busted balloon that is darting.. like i always said, i cannot go on educating someone who doesn’t have any knowledge of the happenings, you grab the titbits of your master who is good in fooling you with hearsay, funny enough get the impact of current situation..

      • 4 July 2012 14:24, by zulu

        WHAT IS SUGAR WHEN IT CAN EASILY BE PRODUCED AND ALSO BEING DISCOURAGED AS OBESITY CAUSING SUBSTANCE YOU FOOL? THE 5 MIL STARVING ARE INFACT THE SUDANESE REFUGESS FLEEING THE WAR OF HUNGER MADE BY CRUEL GOVERNMENT. HOW YOU CAN STARVE A POPULATION THAT IS MAINLY AFRICAN TO DEATH? WHERE DO YOU THINK THEY WILL GET FOOD FROM. ORCOURSE SOUTH SUDAN.

        • 4 July 2012 14:29, by zulu

          TALK ABOUT WAR, WHICH COUNTRY HAS BEEN AT WAR SINCE INDEPENDE? IS IT NOT SUDAN AND FOR HOW MANY YEARS HAS NOT REALIZED MEANINGFUL SUSTAINABLE POLITICAL SYSTEM? THE SUDAN THAT FAILED TO DEFINE A PATH TO INDEPENDENCE AND NATIONAL UNITY? A COUNTRY WHOSE IDENTITY STILL BUFFALS MANY OF ITS CITIZENS AS ITS RAVAGES OF WAR, HUNGER, DESEASE, AND ILLITERACY

          • 4 July 2012 14:32, by zulu

            THE TALKS HAVE NOT YIELDED FRUITION AND THERE IS A LIKELYHOOD ALL MATTERS CONCERNING DISPUTED AREAS WILL GO FOR ARBITRATION. IF SUDAN CHOOSES WAR, IT WILL BE TAUGHT MORE LESSONS.

            • 4 July 2012 14:38, by Darkangel

              HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

              TAUGHT MORE LESSONS ? BY WHOM THE SPLM THAT RAN LIKE DOGS FROM ABYEI - THAT HAD 1200 KILLED IN HEGLIG ...

              HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

              I THINK THE DRUGS AND ALCOHOL YOU GUYS USED ON INDEPENDENCE DAY IS STILL AFFECTING YOU, OR MAYBE YOUR JUST THAT DUMB !!

              • 5 July 2012 00:08, by deng

                Darkangel,

                As I said, You won through the air but on the ground, the mighty South Sudan army always kicked your butts. Just wait until we complete our installations. The thunder will roar as we will all witnesses the fall of skylines built from stolen resources. The entire world will witness us shutting your ass... up then both nations will begin from the scratch. Where will you get resources?

        • 4 July 2012 14:35, by Darkangel

          Retard !

          Almost five million people in South Sudan – more than half of the population – face increasingly severe food shortages after their government ceased oil exports in a row with the country’s neighbour, Sudan.

          http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/south-sudan/9270038/Five-million-in-South-Sudan-facing-severe-food-shortages.html

    • 4 July 2012 16:00, by South South

      Some stupid guys from North Sudan think that they have more oil in North Sudan. If there is more oil in North Sudan it will be out in 1956. Having contract of $ 500 million is like a drop of water into Ocean. Open your eye stupid black Arabs of Sudan with laundry in your head.

    • 4 July 2012 16:24, by Abikacha

      ROBOT, ZULU AND ALL OTHER GOOD FRIENDS I advise never to argue with a fool for difference will never be made. This dog called DarkAngel is real a nutty good to be nothing, u can judge from his arguements which are so childish in nature. Shame on fool

    • 4 July 2012 16:40, by Abikacha

      DarkAngel, dream in vain u will never receive investment until NCP regime is down believe me or not you will never. Second, until all outstanding issues are resolved between two Sudans never expect anything good for Khartoum since South Sudan will be the one to lobby for your forgiveness of Sudan in the world community( being debts or terrorism in which your damned regime has been accused). Shame

    • 4 July 2012 23:58, by deng

      Darkangel,
      You might be right here to call South sudanese insects. I hope all south sudanese would accepted this name I had for North sudanese a "bedbugs." You North sudanese are really blood-suckers. Look how beautiful is Khartoum and where resources came from to built it? from the south, the land of the people you and your dummy government call insects.

    • 5 July 2012 04:48, by mohamed mahgoub

      Darkangle the news said African nations not Sudan that is how ur regiem used to twist facts in the news to deceive ordinary ignorant people like and u belief it anyway everybody knows that Sudan is under economic ,militarily and political strict sanctions for more than adecate now and Albashir is wanted criminal by ICC. How come u signed 9 conts with 17 companies should be 17!

      • 5 July 2012 15:47, by sudani ana

        Mahjoub

        Stupid question "How come u signed 9 conts with 17 companies should be 17!" The answer is sometimes more than one company jointly sign the same contract. So it could be 2 or 3 companies sharing the same contract.



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