South Sudan Claims Progress On Own Oil Pipeline
With security talks at a virtual standstill, South Sudan has stepped up efforts to secure financing for the construction of an oil pipeline that would allow it to bypass Sudan.
South Sudan and its neighbor to the north signed a series of cooperation agreements in late September, which were – among other things – meant to pave the way for Southern Sudanese crude oil to resume its flow...
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