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Kiir sends message on S. Sudan peace implementation to al-Burhan

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South Sudan’s Tut Kew Gatluak received by Shams al-Din Kabbashi member of Sudan’s Sovereign Council on 1 Nov 2019 (SUNA photo)

November 1, 2019 (KHARTOUM) - Presidential Adviser on Security Affairs Tut Kew Gatluak arrived in Khartoum on Friday for talks on the implementation of the revitalized peace agreement in South Sudan.

The South Sudanese senior official and his accompanying delegation were received by Shams al-Din Kabbashi a member of the Sudanese Sovereign Council.

Dhieu Mathok, South Sudanese minister of energy and dams, told reporters at Khartoum airport that the delegation will hand over a written message from President Salva Kiir to the Chairman of the Sovereignty Council, Abdel Fattah al-Burhan dealing with the implementation of the revitalized peace agreement.

"The two countries are holding continuous consultations on the peace implementation process, especially with the approach of the formation of the transitional national unity government in South Sudan scheduled for November 12," he said.

"Sudan’s role as a guarantor is pivotal in the implementation of this agreement," he stressed.

It is not clear if the visiting delegation will meet with SPLM-IO leader Riek Machar.

Sudanese new government and South Sudan have developed a close relationship and agreed to support each other to achieve peace and to move further with settling all the outstanding issues since 2011 after South Sudan’s independence.

Juba is now hosting and mediating talks between the transitional government in Khartoum and the armed groups in Darfur and the Two Areas.

The Sudanese government also facilitated recent meetings in September and October between President Kiir and his main peace partner Riek Machar to discuss the implementation of the revitalized peace agreement and the formation of the transitional unity government.

Recently, Machar has voiced his rejection of the formation of the three-year transitional government and pointed to the need to finalize the security arrangement and the number and boundaries of states issue.

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  • 2 November 2019 09:19, by The Rhino

    With huge sums of US dollars regularly disappearing at the ’presidents’ office, one is really wondering and questioning, who are those permanent thieves?Shit,there’s no rule of law in South Sudan and fucking tribal Kiir has no control over his malnourished soldiers who rape and robe civilians at night.Civilians must seriously consider these uniformed Dinka people as enemies and threat.Get guns!

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    • 2 November 2019 13:19, by South South

      The Rhino,

      Mundari man, how many Mundari men are caught stealing at night in Juba? Many, shut up.

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      • 2 November 2019 14:19, by The Rhino

        South South,

        We are very hardworking people, we don’t steal goods or money of the public.We earn our living through sweat and blood.Just imagine, the total amount of money stolen at the ’presidents’ office plus that wasted for tribal war can sum up to billions of US dollars.Money that could have built schools, hospitals,roards,bridges and power supplies/electricity or even export pipelines.But...

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        • 2 November 2019 14:24, by The Rhino

          South South,

          ..no,your foolish ’president’ instead encourages excessive theft,relatives coming into his office and leaving out with huge amounts of money,disgusting!South South,bring that money back $100,000 dollars you stole few days ago,you Dinka thief!

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        • 2 November 2019 16:20, by South South

          The Rhino,

          Majority of thieves around Juba are Mundari men. Even in Jebel Dinka area, they steal goats, chicken, cow, sheep and crops. No one in Juba wants to associate himself/herself with Mundari, dirty thieves. This is the only reason Bari kill Mundari.

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          • 2 November 2019 17:31, by The Rhino

            South South,

            Stop calling our designated KARO’s sites Jebel Dinka or Tongpiny shit!You Dinka bastards have no rights calling those areas some dirty names.Get this,all your vagrant settlers will be removed out from there soon and driven back to Abyei,Aweil,Bor,Kuajok,etc.You Dinka savages are only desecrating our beloved territories and shitting around,NO!South South,just admit that Dinka people..

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            • 2 November 2019 17:43, by The Rhino

              South South,

              ..are inherit thieves and beggars,such practices are even accepted in your cultures,thats why your tribal ’president’ leaves every Dinka relative steals money at his office at will,we know everything!Walk around from Konyokonyo market to Gu’dele on foot,you’ll be surprised and shocked to see with your naked eyes Dinka bastards squatting and begging others vehemently,very shameful!

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            • 2 November 2019 17:49, by South South

              The Rhino,

              Jebel Dinka and Thongpiny are cemented names of parts of Juba city. No green devil can change them in our life time. You people who call themselves Karo are jokes and we should not waste our time to listen to them. people who live outside South Sudan can shut up and enjoy free food of welfare in USA.

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              • 2 November 2019 18:43, by The Rhino

                South South,

                Cemented by who,a vagrant?Shit,you Dinka gluttons just arrived here in Juba yesterday, now naming areas that sound ’Dinkalike’ and crapy while deceiving the world out there that Equatoria or parts of it belong/s to Dinka?Your damned drunkard ’president’ Kiir even went further hurriedly burring his wife in Ma’diland only to deceive the world and history he’s linked to that territory..

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                • 2 November 2019 18:49, by The Rhino

                  South South,

                  ..fuck that!Your fucking greedy dreams will be short lived.No way, we will give you pure hell and nightmares should you choose to remain in Equatoria or leadership!You’ll suffer, no games!

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                • 2 November 2019 19:17, by South South

                  The Rhino,

                  You need to shut up your fucking mouth. Mundari are well known for collecting dirty things in trashes in Juba. You are nothing to us, but big coward.

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                  • 2 November 2019 20:08, by The Rhino

                    South South,

                    We the mighty Mundari men are not coward people and you fucking Dinka shit know this facts throughout history very well.Our KARO tribes west of Juba are growing even more ruthless against you than we do.Murles brothers plus some of our diehard Nuer warriors know your filthy attitudes very well.Dinka people will be ’sandwiched’ and mercilessly crucified!You Dinka bastards will have...

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                    • 2 November 2019 20:12, by The Rhino

                      South South,

                      ..nowhere to run to.Blame yourselves you ungrateful tribe.Its us the KARO people who will tell you to shut up for good.Now shut up Dinka bastard!

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  • 2 November 2019 11:19, by CDE Joseph Deng

    May South Sudan and Sudan coordinate our interest as citizens.

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