Khartoum ‘Very Optimistic’ On Border Security Deal
Ten days after a long-awaited deal between Khartoum and Juba over oil transit fees, Sudan’s second vice-president al-Haj Adam Yusuf told reporters on 13 August that “we are very optimistic about the [border] security issue.” A border security agreement with South Sudan is viewed by the North as critical to the resumption of oil exports from the South. The Sudanese...
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