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November 2, 2011 (JUBA) – A US institute, the Pacific Council on International Policy (PCIP), said on Wednesday it will support South Sudan in various fields in development of the new independent state.

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South Sudan VP Riek Machar meeting with the President and CEO of the PCIP Jerrold Green, in Juba. Nov. 2, 2011 (ST)

The announcement came in a meeting on Wednesday in Juba between the vice president of South Sudan, Riek Machar, and a delegation of the California-based PCIP led by its president and CEO, Jerrold D. Green.

A press release from the vice president’s office said the meeting discussed a wide range of issues particularly on projects South Sudan would need assistance in from the American public and private institutions.

In particular, the delegation expressed interest to assist on issues of capacity building of law enforcement agencies in South Sudan, among others. They also extended an invitation to the leadership to visit the US for more discussions with various institutions.

The vice president briefed the delegation extensively on a number of challenges the new state faces and would need support in.

’These include issues relating to insecurity and management of development expectations of the people of South Sudan,’ the press release says.

Machar said the government has a vision to turn South Sudan into the financial and transport hub of Africa. He revealed that an international airport bigger than those of the neighboring countries would be built at Tali, north of the current capital, Juba, and with a free zone around it near the proposed new capital of Ramciel.

He said the airport would be built in partnership with a credible international airliner in order to fly in cargoes and biggest planes some of the other international airports currently do not handle in the region.

(ST)

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  • 3 November 2011 07:47, by Sir Bleak

    A great vision Mr Vice President, an idea which have high provability of turning it into tangible product if there is good will to develop this country because we have money and land, but your problems you leaders is airing up the ideas with intention to raising people’s hope, but no commitment at last.
    Sir Bleak the Analyst

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  • 3 November 2011 08:11, by Alier42

    Those of Machar really had ideas of getting money from the wealth wishers ,and finally landed the money in their foreign bank account , leaving it purposes undone.the scandals for the first six years was embarrassing and had damaged the image of Ross and is enough.

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  • 3 November 2011 09:32, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

    You are right Alier42 Are we like late Rome, infatuated with past glories, ruled by a complacent, greedy elite, and hopelessly powerless to respond to changing conditions of our living? the answer is yes because those kins of nyagat machar have the motto which said that for their God and stomch. they are after power to loot steal and killed that is all what they wantin south sudan.

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    • 3 November 2011 12:14, by choldit

      It is incomprehensible to see some of commentators posting terrible messages that are directed toward our leaders with impunity but people like James Okuk are in jail for the same reason. Is there anything that South Sudanese should know about the law being inforced by our law inforcement? The moderators seem to lean toward pleasing certain group.

      I think Dr. Reik is being abused here!!!

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      • 3 November 2011 13:00, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

        Who give a damn about nyagat riek you son of bitch? Riek is a joke and anyone can talk shit to him. who do you think respected him/ maybe you and your mother. But whoever gives birth to useless children like Riek and you, what would you say of him except that he has bred sorrows for himself, and furnishes laughter for his enemies.
        Don’t ever think of somebody getting arrested because of riek.

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        • 3 November 2011 20:50, by Elijah B. Elkan

          Dear Mr. Dinka Dominated SPLA/M, I think there are few people on this forum who look forward to Reading your comments.This is just a suggestion, I believe your intellectual ability are far better than what you you showing her. Being loud and victorious does not make you right. Would you please tune it down just little. As for VP problem,Machar has mental issues, and he is extremely fat. Elijah

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        • 3 November 2011 21:01, by Elijah B. Elkan

          Dear Mr. Dinka Dominated SPLA/M,
          On a personal note ... I must add, I appreciated your passion for the well being of South Sudan people/government. Keep up the good work, and no profanity please, you are better than that.

          Sincerely,

          Elijah

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  • 3 November 2011 21:17, by whatsayyou

    Dear senior officials of ROSS
    citizens of south sudan have understood your polices, you intend to engage people attention on hearing just.You will spoil your names, iam not abusing but fact must be told. Example is Dr Adwok Nyaba who claimed the reopening of public universities by 1st of october 2011, upto now is one month without anything happen. What is wrong with you guys? Respect yourslev

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  • 28 July 2012 17:59, by danaray79

    Truly impressive and nice information. Thanks for sharing. Essay Writing.

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