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Khartoum urges South Sudan’s Kiir to implement security deal as he accuses it of scapegoating

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November 20, 2012 (KHARTOUM) – Sudan’s ruling National Congress Party (NCP) has demanded that South South’s President Salva Kiir Mayardit demonstrates enough seriousness in implementing a security deal between the two countries as the latter accused Khartoum of using Juba as an excuse for its defeats in fighting Sudanese rebels.

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Sudanese president Omer Hassan al-Bashir (L) & South Sudan president Salva Kiir (R) attend talks in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa January 27, 2012 (AFP)

NCP official spokesperson, Badr Al-Din Ahmad Ibrahim, reiterated Khartoum’s position that the border security deal must be implemented first saying it is the cornerstone for implementing all other agreements signed in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on 27 September, including the one on resuming South Sudan oil exports via Sudan.

Ibrahim said that the oil deal leads to economic interests but will not lead to stability. He further accused South Sudan of continuing to support Sudanese rebel groups, mainly the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement North (SPLM-N).

Talks between the two countries on how to implement the border security deal, which provides for the establishment of a buffer demilitarized zone along the 1800-km common border, collapsed last week over demands by Khartoum that Juba severs its alleged ties to the SPLM-N which has been fighting the Sudanese government in the country’s border regions of South Kordofan and Blue Nile since last year.

South Sudan president Salva Kiir Mayardit confirmed on Tuesday that his country has delayed preparations to resume oil exports via Sudan after Khartoum made new demands in security talks.

"We were supposed to resume oil production on November 15, five days ago. Suddenly Khartoum people changed their minds, saying we must denounce the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile," Kiir said in an address to supporters and reporters in Melut town in the oil-producing Upper Nile state, as reported by Reuters.

"The people (of Khartoum) are looking for an excuse for their defeat in Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile," Kiir said.

The NCP spokesperson said that Kiir must show enough seriousness in implementing the deal by issuing instructions to expel armed groups and stop supporting the “northern sector” in reference to the SPLM-N.

He added that Kiir must order the field commanders of South Sudan’s, known as the SPLA, to sever ties with their former comrades-in-arms, and communicate to them that the deal is signed by South Sudan as a country not as a group.

“The ball is now in the South [Sudan] court. If [Juba] wanted to implement the deals seriously, Sudan will be ready [to do the same].”

Plans to establish a buffer zone have been hampered by recent escalation of fighting between the government and the SPLM-N, which controls parts of the borders.

(ST)

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  • 21 November 2012 09:41, by South South

    Sudan (11/18/2012 number 2488) that 12 of the finest talent medical submitted their resignations. And was considered by the Ministry of Health in Khartoum that the migration of medical staff out of the country a disaster, and ministry attributed it to the economic crisis in the country!
    They need money very badly, South Sudan needs to watch that

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    • 21 November 2012 10:53, by Dinkawarrior

      Even crappy people want to order our president to do what they think! Oh God have mercy on our weakest leaders, you chose the leaders who will lead your people like the way you chosen Moses or David!! We need your help, you’re the only friend left but the rests are beneficiaries of destruction. Please God open the doors of victory to our SPLA-Armies and we are now ready to revenge!!!!

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      • 21 November 2012 12:19, by okucu pa lotinokwan

        That is the only way now khartoum is trying its means,it is so hard for them to prevent from the attack of SPLA-N to its govt.
        While at the same time they are forgetting their militias they sending to the South Sudan,few to mentioned,YAU YAU in Jonglei State and JOHNSON OLING in Upper Nile State.
        OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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    • 21 November 2012 14:43, by South Dengjok

      Dear me,
      shame and surprise to the cows called North Sudanese that always call of what had implement by them,no hurry to us we S.Sudanese cause ,the more u broke of from the talk the more the other community will not believe u and they will know that you become the stealer and rubbers that do not like the talk on the table like on 27 sept in Addis Ababa

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    • 21 November 2012 14:51, by General Min Kuol

      Khartoum’s government to shut up and face the reality of its down fall. The leadership of RSS should wake and defends the will of the people which is downfall of NIF Regime.
      General Min Kuol

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  • 21 November 2012 09:56, by Northern Sudanese

    looool kiir is so funny, defeats by rebels? we just destroyed their largest weapon source, but we blame juba because they every time run away into south sudan or get resupplied by Juba when they run out of bullets

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    • 21 November 2012 10:03, by South South

      Shut up wicked called Northern Sudanese, we did you destroy ? Is it like Gatha Jamar ? Stick it deep into your ass.

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    • 21 November 2012 10:18, by zulu

      North Sudan boy. Liars always tell people that they received large deposit of foreign currency. we have largest gold, we have biggest sugar, china is investing when china has put sanctions just last week. allways lies after one another and the currency is falling, sugar and meat prices are high. Lol. Kadugli is underbombardment by Nubians. beshir is not welcome to south

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    • 21 November 2012 10:19, by ngomrom

      If you are really difeating why cry for help from South Sudan sorry handle your own problem just like what we are doing with your milittias
      thanks

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  • 21 November 2012 10:39, by master

    why you shut down oil frist
    southern always making mistake then discover they calculate it wrong
    we play on youy mistake

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  • 21 November 2012 11:03, by Jalaby

    Bashir & Ali Osman are idiot and very stupid and it’s time for them to step down!
    You see the critical situation that those two idiot leaders put us now?
    They agreed to give Jonobean and run the referendum without solving any of the big issue with them despite they know Jonobean elites are nothing but liars,thieves,and hypocrites

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    • 21 November 2012 11:11, by Jalaby

      Just tell me, why agreed to run the referendum unless they cut their relationship with SPLA-N? why u run the referendum before clearly demarcating the border with them that based on 1/1/1955 border? why u pull out SAF from the south before they pull out all their militias from north including SPLA-N? Why u run the referendum without taking our loss from the

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      • 21 November 2012 11:16, by Jalaby

        oil that we discovered and produced? last but not least, why running the referendum without making sure they acknowledge Abyei as north!
        We didn’t lose the war and SAF was there in Torit till Nivasha was signed!
        Bashir & Ali Osman should both go to hell!

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        • 21 November 2012 12:25, by master

          jalabi all u said is right but what we can do now!

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          • 21 November 2012 13:00, by Mi diit

            Jalaby,
            For your information if you don’t know it the referendum which you have now regretted having it conducted by the people of South Sudan and blamed it on Bashir and Taha was out of the control of the two bigots. It was predestined to happen any way. So stop crying over the spilled milk.

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        • 21 November 2012 12:30, by ngomrom

          Torit was just given to you as atmost good faith,becouse we recupture while nagotiation was going on to press you to accept our proposals of self determination if you don’nt know. know this from todaySPLA was having upper hand so you were force to sign for self determination bro.
          Thanks

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          • 21 November 2012 12:49, by Jalaby

            ngomrom,
            Well, you gave us Torit for self-determination and also you pulled out SPLA from Heglig to comply with UN demand! what a liar and hypocrite!
            You guys are hopeless case because the educated one of you steal the public money and the illiterate of you invade nearby neighbor village and steal their cows!You guys have no use at all!

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            • 21 November 2012 13:03, by Mi diit

              Jalaby,
              For your information if you don’t know it the referendum which you have now regretted having it conducted by the people of South Sudan and blamed it on Bashir and Taha was out of the control of the two bigots. It was predestined to happen any way. They couldn’t do any thing to sabbotage it and keep Sudan united otherwise one of them would have been dead by now if they tried to stop it!!!

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              • 21 November 2012 13:30, by Jalaby

                Mi diit,
                Well, if we continue to support Machar & Matip group then the Dinka-Nuer war could probably continue until now with no clear winner!
                The south is very diversified and full of contradictions and as Joseph Lagu said it long time ago "We as southerners have nothing in common that relate us other than the black color"

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                • 21 November 2012 13:40, by Jalaby

                  We fed up with our current politicians and change is underway,I’m telling you the situation will never continue like this,as I said,the south is full of contradictions (Dinka will never accept your Machar to rule them) and have no identity that could keep them as real sovereign nation who is valid for survival
                  No worries,we will rectify that mistake,I promise u!

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                  • 21 November 2012 16:18, by zulu

                    Jalaby, I guess you were not at war at all because you speak what you hear but did not see on the ground how you idiots were crying, Allah Akbar when we shell and attack you. How many of you would not even shoot a gun because theya are scared? How many ate rats and dogs while they were besieged? You talk of Panthou without quoting independent sources. Let those of Sowarmi tell you the truth

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                    • 22 November 2012 07:57, by Mi diit

                      Jalaby,
                      You must have been sleeping. Machar and SPLM outwitted your two leaders. He lulled them to sleep and woke up only when referendum’s result was out. Then they blessed it! Your support to Machar and Matip was another foolishness of Bashir and Taha. My friend they are alive today because they accepted self determination and independence. I salute them for seeing the inevitable!!!!

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            • 21 November 2012 14:01, by ngomrom

              Jalaby Good you accept you did’nt capture Torit but was given and Heglig was captured good. now let’s talk about corruption sudan unaccounted for money was over 12b and you know this very well your gays have villas in Malisia and have companies in fake names in Khartoum why you do’nt want talk about it live us alone we don’nt need you; all the time you are talking about 4b.
              Thanks Ngom

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          • 21 November 2012 13:02, by Michael Angelo

            Bashir’ uncle was celebrating when South secede hopping that Sudan will finally be peaceful but they were wrong given the fact that they forgot that they strengthen us to be in their nerves forever. Now this what we called payback in English. We’ll support SPLM-North till they get what they want. SPLM will Rule Sudan someday with remote control in Juba whether fake Arabs want it or not is a must.

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            • 21 November 2012 13:59, by Jalaby

              "SPLM will Rule Sudan someday with remote control in Juba"
              Drinking Marisa during work hours is really bad idea my friend!

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              • 21 November 2012 14:09, by ngomrom

                Yes we drink openly not like hiddng from man like you were are all balla(dates in Dongola going to was it not your mam making the marrisa for your dady even now as you talk you are drunk it is the same like camel luaghing at the long next of its freind forgetting his
                thanks Ngomrom

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              • 21 November 2012 14:30, by mudfish

                jalaba
                this is wrong information or wrong vision.
                South official never drunk during working hours.
                we d’t fear human but God.Arab fear human 80% and fear their god 20%,that is why they say ’night cover the mountain’
                is it better to fuck man like u or to drunk?or if Isay can u be fuck or to drunk which one is better?

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    • 21 November 2012 14:12, by mudfish

      jalaba
      if they d’t agreed to let South vote for referendum.SPLA could have reach Khartoum and capture them.

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  • 21 November 2012 13:18, by Kikiji longiro

    Kiir looks to be smiling with any terrorist systems within his leadershipness.He is keeping thousands South Sudanese innocent killers in Juba prison without finishments being taken.Disarment in Jonglei implicated thousands of innocent torturings & rapings.
    I don,t believe Kiir is a serious leader which can handle the terrorist system of Al bashir.

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  • 21 November 2012 13:23, by Kikiji longiro

    kiir don,t ever laugh when seeing a Camel walking slowly carrying his broken back bone.
    It,s god who made him by genetical knowledge.
    Kikiji

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    • 21 November 2012 16:41, by Peacocktail

      Improving tie is not one man business, disarm your Rebels you created due to your dishonesty in NCP/Khartuom, You started mistreating Gen.Agar and Al Hilu and they still have severe pain of thousand of Nubians, sunj who sacrifices to die for sake of Justice.God also helps them, You fail to honor Darfur agreements facts and rebels are shelling Al fashar and Nyala on daily with Kadugli under siege.

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  • 21 November 2012 13:48, by tomturn

    Must react this situation can not last.
    Rencontre sexe

    Rencontre sexe

    Rencontre sexe

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  • 21 November 2012 15:59, by Mapuor

    Now South Sudan is clean in the eyes of international community.Economic gains that Sudan refuses are beneficial to both countries.Disarming more than a half million rebels is not a simple job.If Sudan fails to disarm its rebels how come that South Sudan will be able to do so.Its impossible,impossible,impossible.Yau Yau is not disarm with only less than 5000 rebels.Haaaaa alternative pipes.

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  • 21 November 2012 20:57, by James Maker Akok

    North Sudan Government should not talk about joint Security force cooperation with South Sudan Government again they are bombing South Sudanese people, so them solve their case with SPLA-North without South Sudan Government help. South Sudan need to prepare for any war coming from North Sudan.

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