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Sudans’ Presidential Summit: Salva Kiir offers money and Kordofan conflict resolution


July 17, 2012 (KHARTOUM) — At the Saturday meeting in Addis Ababa, South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayadrit offered financial support and mediation to President Omer Hassan Al-Bashir to bring the South Kordofan and Blue Nile conflicts to an end.

Salva Kiir shakes hands with Omer Al-Bashir in Addis Ababa on 14 July 2012 (SUNA)

The one-to-one meeting was seen as a turning point in the deadlocked talks where the two parties had so far failed to make tangible progress on the outstanding issues, as each side accuses the other of seeking to oust him.

The "Sudanese-made" encounter, as described by Sudan’s foreign minister Ali Karti, was agreed previously by the two sides during their earlier meetings on 5-7 July before the suspension of talks for the first anniversary of South Sudan’s independence.

Salva Kiir, during the meeting, offered financial support to help Khartoum to overcome the severe economic crisis Sudan has experienced over the last year, according to different sources and confidential documents seen by Sudan Tribune.

He further proposed South Sudan mediation to end the one-year conflict in South Kordofan and Blue Nile with the rebels of Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N), which was part of South Sudan’s ruling party before the independence.

Kiir also proposed his offices to end the Darfur conflict.

In return, he asked the resumption of oil transit for exportation through the Sudanese pipeline and to organise a referendum on the future of the Abyei region.

Bashir, according to African and Sudanese sources, accepted Kiir’s initiative to meet him and asked to reach a security agreement to facilitate the resolution of the other files.

He also expressed his readiness for the oil flow and direct talks on the border issues.

During the one hour meeting, the two presidents agreed on the principles of the issues they discussed and agreed to leave the details of their deal to be worked out by the negotiating teams in the Ethiopian north western city of Bahir Dar.

Kiir, during his meeting with Bashir, proposed the provision of transitional financial assistance to Sudan and his country’s support for mobilization of debt relief to help alleviate Sudan’s budget deficit.

He, however, asked Bashir to accept a transit fee based on standard international practices. He also requested to open the border for the trade and free movement of the Sudanese and South Sudanese between the two states.

According to a confidential document seen by Sudan Tribune detailing the Strategic Framework agreed by the two parties on 7 July, the parties envision, as a possible outcome of the ongoing talks, that Sudan’s financial gap could be addressed through "a three-pronged response".

One third of the gap should be met through funds provided by South Sudan, the document of the strategic approach says. For the other two thirds, Sudan has to cover one third of the gap through economic measures and the international community should provide the remaining third.

Bashir and Kiir agreed during the meeting to accelerate the formation of an Abyei administration. More importantly, Bashir accepted the formation of a commission for an Abyei Referendum and related issues including the defining who is eligible to vote.

Both Khartoum and Juba governments are facing difficult economic situations. Khartoum has lost oil income since the South Sudan independence in July 2011, while Juba shut down oil production in January 2012.

The African mediation failed to convince Sudan to accept a map, which it proposes to use to operationalise a buffer zone, which is a key part of the security arrangements the two countries agreed to implement since November 2011.

Sources say the parties might go further in their rapprochement and reach a deal on this issue without the African Union mediation.

The African Union roadmap and the UN resolution 2046 set 2 August as the deadline for negotiations over the unresolved issues and threaten to impose economic sanctions on the two countries.


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  • 18 July 2012 09:46, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    the president dosen’t knownledge anything why is he making financial support to the rebel and he still claiming he is going to downsize the ministers? from his government.

    • 18 July 2012 09:58, by Logic


      Bashir is in deep shit, but ofcourse his internet jihadists will tell you otherwise, lick your elbow! hahahaha

      • 18 July 2012 10:28, by Don P

        Sudan and South Sudan would be better off without this two leaders.

        • 18 July 2012 23:28, by George Bol

          Good job Salva Kiir! The south must offer financial support to people of South Kordufan and Blue Nile. You blind people these money were not going to jallaba in Khartoum bu to the refugee camps and innocents affected people from the above areas.

      • 18 July 2012 18:48, by mohammed ali

        The illogical Jalabbi,I don’t like what Nafee said about " lick your elbow" but I will say it to you lick your elbow if anything you dream of will ever happen.Basheer & Sudan are facing economic difficulties,pple do understand that and we will overcome it. Your thieves, who looooooooted $ 12 billions are facing total collapse.No oil will be allowed through Sudan, untill these thieves are removed

        • 19 July 2012 01:26, by BK 99

          Who you call thieves? The thieves are in North Sudan where the public fund is being looted for more than 15 years and no one to man up and ask for them. The communities over there are so stupid, because they have heard nothing from outside, but just the same song Al-Bashir being singing since 1988. In north Sudan, little boys are being sexually abuse in and that is normal. A brother fucking his

        • 19 July 2012 03:02, by zulu

          NCP Mohmed, reality is not hope.
          "We buy all gold from local traders and people who search for gold," Adam said. Outside his office, gold traders make deals in the busy market in a rundown downtown building, where paint is peeling from the walls." therefore, your country is not surviving upon hope

          • 19 July 2012 13:36, by mohammed ali

            Zulu, sudan bank is buying gold and it is offerng the highest price.The choice is yours! Traders were exploiting the poor workers, buy cheaply from them and smuggle for high prices. Neither the workers nor the country is benifiting out.

    • 18 July 2012 10:56, by Johndumo14

      Omar Bashir`s smiling to Salva Kiir is like a grave,is clean and decorated with flowers outside but inside is ful of skeletons and bad smel.

    • 18 July 2012 11:41, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      Omer is pretending,like a man of peace inner are criminal acts,be very careful of him and the rest behhind him
      Kiir do not buy relatonship with Sudan because of the flowing of oil through Sudan territory,mark the statement given by Uganda President on the Technicality how to follow the correct amount of crude oil coming and going throught pipeline to the Sudan Port,otherwise no trust on Sudan govt

    • 18 July 2012 12:25, by Anti Dinka’s

      Sorry to say this: Kirr Lost in the jungle in search of the bulls and cows and balus of her
      tribe, Dinka’s
      this is not the way to solve the Souht/North zone debt crisis

      If this is the Dinka,s way!
      Souht Sudan can kiss the sweet Dreams Goodby

      Please Kiir you have NO business of talking like this
      leave it to Pagan Amum full stop!!

      • 19 July 2012 01:30, by BK 99

        Anti Dinka you just another stupid who make the Nath community looks stupid by having you as one of us. Go to hall

    • 18 July 2012 12:40, by Anti Dinka’s

      why should they listen to you mr lostman Kirr!!
      Am talking about the Rebels from Darfur and Blue nile plus Nuba moutain they’re fighting for future of their children
      Not for Juba Corrupt tribalistic Dinka,s Government

    • 18 July 2012 13:50, by Anti Dinka’s

      if Kirr was talking about buying Ati aircraft and warplanes
      to our EXcellence Man/woman in Military uniform "SPLA"
      I personally will contribute Money that cause

      Not Helping Our very enemy!

    • 19 July 2012 06:02, by SeekingTruth

      I can envisioned the skepticisms some of you may have as far as this offer goes but let’s give Mr. Mayardit his dues for at least trying something here. Matter of fact, this is a very smart idea to say the least. Smart in a way its recipe carries something Khartoum’s thugs can’t reject.(financial support), very crucial to Khartoum at this time around. It’s also a trap on the North Sudan side....

      • 19 July 2012 06:12, by SeekingTruth

        since they have an ailing economy, it will put them in dilemma whether to concede or just gesture and I believe the likely hood is to concede because the reasons you and I know. And if Khartoum concede, it mean that something tangible has to be made about Abyei, other pending border areas, security among others like oil transit fees meeting the international standards. International bodies will..

        • 19 July 2012 06:20, by SeekingTruth

          see as a blow in the face on the North Sudan part should it fail to acknowledge this deal. I can see some of us giving delusional ideas like a mass to rise against the SPLM. This is not about corruption within the South as a nation but about the outstanding issues between the two viable states( my understanding). Not about dinka, Nuer, Shiluk, Zande or whatever but its about finding solutions to..

          • 19 July 2012 06:27, by SeekingTruth

            conflict between the two countries. What will you gain as of now if all the corruptionists were put jail without giving back none to the public inform of hard currency? Nothing. Plus, our judicial system is very remote as we speak, whom do you expect to persecute those thieves significantly now if some of you weren’t naive? This country need something get us out of the nutshell! Think outside....

            • 19 July 2012 06:39, by SeekingTruth

              the box, don’t be a pig head in the pen! Stop being a tribe-liner puppet. I hate Kiir myself not because of personal issues but because the guy doesn’t seem to have what it takes for a leader. However, this doesn’t mean that I can’t disagree even he is doing the right thing. Let’s give props to whoever came up with this proposal and see how Khartoum respond to it in few weeks!

  • 18 July 2012 09:46, by Pif Paf

    This is all nice talk from Salva Kiir but nothing concrete. Its a good step to acknowlege your support for SK & BN rebels and your influence on Darfur rebels. But you should know that you will not be allowed to use them as bargaining chips for cheap transit fee’s. Security will need to be resolved prior to any other agreement.

    • 18 July 2012 10:41, by Dhong Bang

      pifpaf, but you can not drink while water is not availble. boders demarcation is water n drinking is security

    • 18 July 2012 15:59, by zulu

      What are you talking about? Do you see that you do not have any more teeth. You do not have any more mussles. Your regime is so fragile, feeble and on the virge of chaotic disorder. The package offere by Kiir are at least reasonble to expectations by the world community.
      Likewise, do not expect us to transit oil through north again.

      • 18 July 2012 19:22, by mohammed ali

        Zulu, oil will not be allowed to go through Sudan untill the regime of the SPLA thieves & parazites collapses totally and the honest , decent & powerless pple of SS take matters in their hands.This should be done for the sake of the pple of SS.The SPLA thieves had loooooted $ 2.7 billions unders the consept of importing Srghum, while the UN is seeking $ 700 millions to feed more than 50% of the pp

        • 18 July 2012 19:30, by mohammed ali

          con:which means that $ 1.4 billion can feed all of the pple of SS! That means only about half of what was loooooooooted "2.7 billions" in the name of importing sorghum only! That means the 2.7 billions loooooooooted could feed all of SS for two years!Really SPLA are insects & parazites & by no means are human beings.How could they looooooot about $ 12 billions in 6 years only! What a shame!

          • 19 July 2012 03:09, by zulu

            So much as you disagree with the SPLA, the sum total of your opinion signifies that the NCP is afraid of loosing legitimacy. It is the SPLA that is a threat to NCP’s longivity in the political history of the Sudan. The gross mistake and assumption about theft by the SPLA does not acquit the NCP that is the evil and thug regime. It is a thug because tyrany supressed criticism for their stealing of

            • 19 July 2012 03:14, by zulu

              The NCP constructed illegal pipeline to steal south sudan’s oil. You can’t tell me, you got consent on that. In fact, you guys cannot account for discrepancies in the oil purchases during the interim period. Oil will flow through sudan only if we wave the right to do so. The stealing of our oil and discrepancies entailed in this oil deal make all the more sense to stop oil transit thr sudan.

              • 19 July 2012 13:41, by mohammed ali

                Zulu, what has the NCP to do with this mess> You are defending thieves and criminals. Only thieves & criminals could do that. Are you getting you fair share?

  • 18 July 2012 09:50, by Ayom Dor

    Right approach to endings of all sorts of disagreements between the two countries without mediation from other parties!!

  • 18 July 2012 09:57, by Mapuor

    Thats the only remedy or else new governments in both Sudan and South Sudan will come up and implement the agreements on oil flow,border issues and Sudan’s conflicts.Bashir bank account is full but the poor are starving,Kiir’s bank account is also full and the poor are getting poorer day by day

  • 18 July 2012 09:58, by Akolde Nhiak Jinub

    Friends, with all these gud gestures fm South Sudan President Gen. Kiir, Bashir n his NCP bigots will interpret it different, 1st on Arab’s identity, damn Security engle etc, rather as positive sign 4 gud neighbourhood fm South Sudan president n his people! What was the need to close borders/trade if NCP was caring for Sudanese pple? NCP is talking of security, can it come without defined borders?

  • 18 July 2012 09:58, by Big Boy

    Dear Bashir
    RSS President do not be deciving by devil NCP,he agreed today tommorrow they deny what you had agree in the meeting when reached Khartoum Airport! Anything could happen
    Monitors that instead of the results being protester this months, we could see a range of unexpected scenarios play out in Khartoum. Analyst and international law AU says that anything could happend before 2-Aug-1

  • 18 July 2012 10:07, by Ahmado

    Salva Kiir is first disease for south sudan what kind of financial support giving to Khartoum while his country face severe financial crisis no development no schools no haspital and he made remark during independent celebration that he wants to do downsize his poor people from work because there is no money. where is he getting money to support the conflict.

    • 18 July 2012 10:57, by Warrap-FutureBoy

      Mr. Ahmado, please go back to school because you have a lot of errors in your english writting.you have run on sentences, man. To let you know, if you do not how to correct your english... please give it to professor Omar Bashir to correct it.

      • 18 July 2012 11:10, by Jeti

        Warrap-Future boy

        It’s you to go to school not even back to school ’cos you’ve been to school in first place, hahahaha!

        You and your uncle have no common senses. How could you promised to give financial support to N. Sudan when S. Sudan is facing an acute inflation? Shame on you!

        Fangak county

      • 18 July 2012 12:57, by Antigraft

        Who told you that the warrap boys are now perfect english speakers. SS is roting under watch and regime. There is time for everything wait goons.

        • 18 July 2012 23:47, by Warrap-FutureBoy

          We are better than your ass.....ahahhahha. There will be a peace between South Sudan and North Sudan when your master Omar Bashir is out in power.

  • 18 July 2012 10:10, by Akook

    What a betrayal and sale out of South Sudanese by their vry own president. This is what this Abyei cohorts are capable of doing given within Kiir’s presidence.

    Pay $5.4 billion to buy Abyei, a 50 sq mile land and disregard and oppress the genuine SPLA cause of out Nubian & Blue Nile people under Bashir.

    $5.4 billion United State dollars, more whats stolen by Kiirs combined!!!!!

    • 19 July 2012 01:36, by BK 99

      Short the fuck up stupid ass, who told you they are buying anything?. This is a part of deal to reach the mediation for solving the entire problem. I rather vote for Kiir next time because I don’t see who fit to be the next guy, Kiir is the only clean guy from corruption

  • 18 July 2012 10:36, by Land-of-Cush

    This is fake agreement, Kiir is hungry money. How can he asked Omar instead of rely agreement?

  • 18 July 2012 10:40, by Ahmado

    Khartoum created war against people of south kordofan and blue nile and later on they started war on south sudan long the border and they target declear heavy war with south south but SPLA were keen enough to chasing SAF like rates and my president Salva isn’t keen enough to know argument behind this?

  • 18 July 2012 11:00, by Akol Liai Mager

    The only part that is worrying me from this 2nd hand information is the "defining Abyei Referendum Voters". How well can Ngok Jaang be defined other than Ngok Jaang? Or, I should put it this way; how can Abyei’s visitors (Bagara) be allowed to vote at a land that is not theirs if that is what’s behind redefining the eligible voters?

  • 18 July 2012 11:05, by Anti Terror Anti

    with Kiir prospective is ok anyway.but We want to hear from other end....otherwise no implementation in that matter. Plis , Mr. president don’t just give our little money to these bunch of criminals of old sudan, they will just go and buy machine guns with it and turn against u man then u will start crying....think of it carefully

  • 18 July 2012 11:25, by Eastern

    This is sheer backwardness. When has South Sudan joined the club of Global Philanthropists. How can South Sudan make financial grand to Sudan?!!!People are wallowing in abject poverty and our cattle camp leaders go talking about giving money which they even don’t have. Is that why the case of the stollen $4bn is treated as small pocket money. Kiir should not be allowed to run S.Sudan as his kitche

    • 18 July 2012 13:05, by Dhong Bang

      Eastern, what is the solution for all these if that is not the way. give us suggestions not only blaming and insulting

      • 18 July 2012 13:14, by Eastern

        Dhong, the solution is for the masses to rise up and force SPLM to become INCLUSIVE and address the concerns of the people. Investigate allage corruption and prosecute culprits and confiscate ALL ILL GOTTEN ASSETS. SPLM must appreciate DIVERSITY by realising that South Sudan is made up of different tribes who have contributed PROPORTIONATELY to achieving this new nation!!!

    • 18 July 2012 16:09, by zulu

      Abject poverty, cattle garbage. What are all these if South Sudan has no mussle to sustain itself? In as far as you are ranting and raving, you failed to argue on the issue of the talks. Instead, you are urgin people to rise up against a legitimate regime. How dumb is that?

  • 18 July 2012 11:43, by Observer

    Jalaby and Mohammed Ali,

    Notice that you are not on here mouthing off.You must be feeling silly now- over the past few days you were saying that there was no oil deal and there never would be.

    Not what this and the outside media are saying.

    • 19 July 2012 00:45, by mohammed ali

      Mr.Obsever, There is no oil deal.Karti said few days back, oil was not even discussed.You were celebrating when SS shut down oil production; why are crying now?You have shut it down, you have to find a way to open it again.The SPLA thieves are collapsing now,they are looking for a straw to hang on it just for few days.SPLA thieves days are numbered. They strangulated themselves with their own hand

  • 18 July 2012 11:59, by SPLA

    That is Absurd of Kiir to offer money to Khartoum while we are almost bankcrupt here in South Sudan. We need all the money the south has to pay South Sudan’s civil servants and to develop our country. Mr. President your days are numbered, he People of South Sudan will fire you in the next election if there is a democracy in South Sudan.


    • 18 July 2012 13:08, by Eastern

      SPLA, you C-in-C is promising to offer money to somebody who has superb millitary hardware compared to you. Can’t you advise him to the right thing such getting for you modern anti aircraft system to deal with possible attack from the money resipient. I am an ordinary citizen, a muatin not a soldier like you!! I am asking.

      • 18 July 2012 16:19, by zulu

        Wow, superb military what? Where were they manufacture? What is the signature mark of those arms? You better learn military studies even if you are not a soldier and weigh in your fears based on strengths and capabilities before you shit on your pants upon hearing the sounds of guns

    • 18 July 2012 13:17, by Dhong Bang

      SPLA, it would have been better to say SPLA will fire you in the next ellection something which not their businuss. bcos SS people will not also do that if they only just cry, blame and no good suggestions frm them

      • 18 July 2012 13:40, by SPLA

        Dhong Bang,

        It is the responsibility of the people of South Sudan to vote out this useless president of the office during next elections. Kiir is leading us to hell and I refuse to follow him any more. I hope the people of South Sudan will come to thier sense and vote out the SPLM led government very soon. We need a regime change in South Sudan for the betterment of our country.


  • 18 July 2012 12:47, by Takpiny

    What a surrendered talk from this man call Kiir and his SPLM party , looked Kiir is just trying to persuade Sudan president to reopen pipeline, whilst he for got that, he was one who shot-down the oil for many reasons which have not been solved yet.
    Kiir, should talk about what he means and not what he likes to say for certain situation. How can SS help another country, When the whol

  • 18 July 2012 12:58, by kimo

    hhhhhhhhhhhhhh, salva kirr offers financial support to help solve kofdofan an B nile conflicts!!!!the funniest thing i ever heard,,, if salva had enough money why not buying food for his staving people? why not buying petrol medicine and almost every thing his weak country is running short of....this man must dreaming

    • 18 July 2012 13:54, by sudani ana

      Salva Kiir
      If you have 5 billion dollars to spare, why don’t you build your own pipelines and Lamu project and that would be the end of your problems !!! hey!!!!

      • 18 July 2012 15:00, by Loko El Pollo


        • 18 July 2012 15:47, by Loko El Pollo


      • 18 July 2012 16:25, by Luethee Ngong Anyoun

        hi sudana ,
        do,nt joke with our president Mayardit , don,t know our country is very rich in the eyes of the world? with so many resources this money given to sudan to faclitiate the talks of Darfur and Kordafun is even little we hope our president should add littel money on top of that beucase sudan is growing poor and south becomes rich .
        Another word we don,t want genocide to contiune in Darfu

        • 18 July 2012 16:35, by sudani ana

          You don’t want genocide to continue in Darfur? Well tell that to your friends the rebel mercinaries who are the only people doing the killing of innocent vicilians in Darfur.

          • 18 July 2012 18:01, by zulu

            Did your president even raise the issue of supporting the rebels to Kiir? No. He was mute, drunk and was embarrased to accept money from Kiir to support your ailing economy. Where are the words he used against Kiir? Sneeking to hotel room of mighty Tiger to negotiate and twist things arround that does not make sense to you. Supporting rebels or not, we dont care. You bring your heads now.

            • 18 July 2012 18:12, by sudani ana

              I think you are talking out of your rear end again. First of all Bashir does not drink alcohol. Just because your president is an alcoholic you seem to think everybody else is. Secondly, who said Bashire accepted money from Kiir, who doesn’t have money anyway.

              • 19 July 2012 03:26, by zulu

                You are the one talking out of your rear end. This deal is good to be true. An offer Beshir and the NCP thugs will not refuse to accept.
                We are aware of your pretence not to drink in public. This hyprocity does not mean he does not drink. Ask me about this as I can affirm to you that those SPLA who are closed to Beshir say the opposite of what you are saying. You know nothing of the man

  • 18 July 2012 16:40, by Anti Terror Anti

    Dear colleagues,
    this is a game of politic, from my view only words were exchanged but implentation is another. don’t u c that. south sudan money can;t go just like that esp to this enemy of peace.....it will be shameful if turely SSLA approve this without properly details

  • 18 July 2012 22:28, by Northern Sudanese

    Come on guys, the one who believes this must be a proper retard. Kiir offering us financial support? who in this world believes this crap????????

    kiir can’t feed halve his people, kiir got 80% inflation on his back, Kiir has 83% of his people living in poverty, he got 80% of his people who can’t read or write, he got 500 doctors countrywide to serve milions of people. helping SK??????WTF??????

    • 19 July 2012 01:46, by Observer

      Northern Sudanese

      Are you now starting to realise that Bashir has run out of places to go begging and that S Sudan is the only country now willing to offer a way out of the economic mess we have been dragged into by the imcompetence of our Govt.
      We are in no position to criticise S Sudan.
      With all the money our country had had we should be the most developed country in Africa but we aren’t

  • 18 July 2012 22:30, by Northern Sudanese

    offering to support us while he hasn’t got 98% of his budget?

  • 19 July 2012 04:04, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

    North with financial,while south is desparate to help it Army food manufactures,Civil Administ not exist. Unversities,foods supp,Refineries,Roads,everything is soo foor in south. Is uncle kiir is realistic toward his people? Help Blue Nile,Nuba;Darfur no need Bashier Admns talk. It need direct to Darfur,Blue and Nuba mt. Sorry for future of our people as we realized at last.

  • 20 July 2012 10:59, by peter Marial

    Congratulations to our president for raising financial support for Northern Sudanese, It is very good initiative! in a sence that if you want to win a fight against your foe do something indirect to overcome him, therefore,i really congratulate Him and wish him continue with the same spirit!

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