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Pagan says South Sudan is ready to implement Cooperation Agreement

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December 2, 2012 (JUBA) - President Salva Kiir on Saturday sent a letter inviting his Sudanese counterpart, Omer Al-Bashir, to visit Juba and assuring readiness of his government to fully implement the Cooperation Agreement which the two heads of state signed in the Ethiopian on27 September.

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Pagan Amum (left), chief negotiator from South Sudan, and Sudan’s head negotiator Idriss Abdel Qadir, shake hands at the end of African Union-led talks in Addis Ababa on March 13, 2012. (Photo Getty)

The letter, according to presidential adviser, Tor Deng Mawien, provides detailed plans of how the government of the Republic of South Sudan intends to end deadlocks over post secession issues.

"There is nothing secret in the letter. It is all about clear, simple and realistic plans giving details about commitment of the government of South Sudan (…) to fully implement the Cooperation Agreement to the spirit in which it was signed," he said.

"We are committed to implementing it. We do not want to betray our partners, especially those supporting resumption of improved bilateral relations to promote the idea of two “viable states”, Mawien stressed in statement to Sudan Tribune on Saturday.

South Sudan chief negotiator Pagan Amum arrived on Saturday to Khartoum where he held a meeting with Idriss Abdel-Gadir who chair the Sudanese team in Addis Ababa process over the outstanding issues.

Speaking to reporters in Khartoum Pagan said the talks with his Sudanese counterpart aim to overcome the obstacles facing the implementation of the cooperation agreement before the meetings of the joint security committee which are scheduled for Monday .

Mawien said that Pagan will discuss in Khartoum how to accelerate processes of setting up different committees to implement the cooperation agreement.

Before to leave Juba, Amum made no statement about content of the letter that Kiir addresses to Bashir but said he was going to deliver "a message of willingness" of the government of South Sudan to implement the deal.

"I am going with the message of peace and commitment of the government of South Sudan to fully implement the cooperation agreement which presidents of the two countries had signed in Addis Ababa in September this year. This agreement, as you know, has a lot of benefits to our people and should be implemented to the best of their interest," Amum told reporters on Saturday.

Talks on the implementation process are stalled over Khartoum’s demand to disarm Sudanese rebels who were part of the South Sudanese former rebel SPLA before the signing of 2005 peace agreement. But Juab says it has no authority over them since the independence.

Pagan said he would discuss how the two countries would form committees to begin immediate process to implement the deal including the need to demilitarize border zone in order for his country to resume oil production and export through Sudanese territory and open the borders so that movement of people and goods resumes.

Pagan while he was in Juba added that security officials from both countries will meet on Monday in Khartoum to discuss setting up the demilitarized zone without giving additional comments on whether Juba accepted Khartoum’s demand to disarm Sudanese rebel, or giving names of Sudanese nationals from Blue Nile South Kordofan States wanting to serve in South Sudan army.

In Khartoum, Al-Sudani newspaper, citing Sudanese sources reported on Saturday that Juba accepted to demobilize Sudanese from South Kordofan and Blue Nile working in the SPLA.

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  • 2 December 2012 10:25, by Jalaby

    Pagan in Khartoum again delivering a message from Salva Kiir?!
    What? another trick again? Last time Pagan came to Khartoum holding a letter from Kiir and before Bashir finishes reading that letter Kiir invaded Heglig and occupied it! SAF should declare the state of emergency and stay in high alert because every letter from Kiir means

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    • 2 December 2012 10:27, by Jalaby

      trick and coward activity is underway!
      Never ever trust SPLM/A because destroying Sudan is their solid strategic objective that will never be changed, the philosophy of SPLA/M itself is based on hatred to Arab/Jalaba and Sudan, just tell me, why they didn’t change their name until now? They want to liberate Sudan from whom after they separated the south?

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      • 2 December 2012 10:28, by Jalaby

        Pagan came to Khartoum not because to develop a good neighboring relationship with Sudan but because to convince Khartoum to open the oil pipeline because the south is running out of money and there is no money to pay SPLA salaries and that could create a big mess and jeopardize security and cause huge outrage in the south if it continues like that for a while!

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        • 2 December 2012 10:29, by Jalaby

          At this time, at this moment while Pagan in Khartoum SPLA-N & Darfourians rebels are gathering in Bentiue city in Unity state plotting new attack against Sudan under the support and umbrella of SPLM/A!!

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          • 2 December 2012 10:31, by Jalaby

            You donkeys (SPLA/M) who do you think will allow your oil to pass through Sudan and you use that money to stab us from behind and destroy our country? Go and find money to pay your army salaries away from us you people with visionless and close minded and mentally sick of hatred to north!

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            • 2 December 2012 10:59, by Young Patriot

              Abojalabia,
              South Sudan, SRF or Pagan is not the biggest national security threat in Khartuom currently...You have the following challenges at hand now:
              1 Endless coups boiling within NCP inner circles on daily basis
              2 External aggression from foreign countries like Israel which has already bombed inside Sudan several times and even inside Khartuom killing your citizens like sheep. Dying Pres Besh

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            • 2 December 2012 11:00, by Young Patriot

              Abojalabia,
              South Sudan, SRF or Pagan is not the biggest national security threat in Khartuom currently..You have the following challenges at hand now:
              1 Endless coups boiling within NCP inner circles on daily basis
              2 External aggression from foreign countries like Israel which has already bombed inside Sudan several times and even inside Khartuom killing your citizens like sheep. Dying Pres Beshi

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              • 2 December 2012 11:06, by Young Patriot

                3. Dying Pres Beshir, thank he is going to hell where he suffer with prophet Muhammad.
                4. Total economic meltdown from stubborn ideologies of semi-illiterate rullers
                5. Numerous rebellions that will see Sudan further divide into 4 more countries
                You have a hot potato in your hands already and you need to keep ur house in order before you point hands on the South! You will die the hard way!

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                • 2 December 2012 11:08, by Young Patriot

                  South Sudan has no intention of invading you further but if we want to, we can do it in broad day light. Nothing will ever stop the gallant forces of SPLA from reaching the streets of Khartuom!

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                  • 2 December 2012 11:14, by Jalaby

                    Mr. Young Patriot,
                    Find money to pay your army salaries first before thinking reaching Khartoum street, hungry soldier cannot fight and will die due to poor nutrition!

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                    • 3 December 2012 05:10, by aguotwany@live.com

                      Please Mr. Jalaby, ( Fake Arab)
                      Respect each other and let live together as neighbor and make peace with Blue Nile , Nuba Mountains and Darfur.
                      If your leaders and your wrong Ideology then you will end in Hell. Take South, Sudan advices. We are everywhere my friends. In the United states, Australia , Canada , Europe and across the continent of Africa. We are more educated than before. Think twic

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            • 3 December 2012 04:52, by aguotwany@live.com

              Mr. Jalaby,
              The end of your regime has come and you country will never escape us , please remember that. You have slaughtered our people for very long time and now it’s our turn to show you how it will looklike. Ur radicallization and terror threat has been detected . you have to shoose now whether to escape to Mideast or death. we do not care about oil there are more reources than oil, you (MF).

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    • 2 December 2012 10:43, by kikokaka564

      We must welcome this good initiative.

      link

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  • 2 December 2012 10:38, by master

    devil pagan pls don’t waste your time & our time
    u always saying that north dishonist agreement
    you see this time
    no oil will flow
    full stop

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  • 2 December 2012 11:21, by Jalaby

    It was mentioned that as soon as Pagan reached Khartoum airport he asked about "Al-intibaha" newspaper to read,why? because they talk clear facts or false about the south?or they hate you jonobean the same way you hate shimaleen?
    bagan intibaha

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    • 2 December 2012 12:59, by Northern Sudanese

      Jalaby
      loooooool i was gonna mention the same thing, i found that photo on facebook XD

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      • 2 December 2012 14:42, by Ruach

        Gays!Your lies are known everywhere! Every one able to read News Papers written in Arabic must do it.You just wait for the coups encircling your National Criminal Party(NCP).Dirty people who have never taken or gone to showers throughtout their life.If you can deny it,your desert zone will reveal it and thus you have rotten!Kak!

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      • 2 December 2012 15:22, by South South

        Northern Sudanese,
        Why are you saying bad things about black people ? You are black and should be with us, but because you are converted to Fake Arab, you turn to be very stupid like them, what a lair !!!!!!!!!

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    • 3 December 2012 04:56, by aguotwany@live.com

      Yes you right about that, Who is the owner of that newspaper in Khartoum? Basher cousin? Did you defeated us in the battle fields? Who signed the 2005 CPA ? Ask yourselves before your mental racisim sickness.
      Mr. Pagan was warrior and he defeated your generals and your leaders to accept peace. The End of Islam is now my friend. Let us be realistic and truth to these matters.
      Thanks

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  • 2 December 2012 13:01, by panchol

    Jalaby Wu Tob.
    South Sudanese people shall except and ready implement cooperation agreement of the four sessions without pre-conditions for SPLA/N desarment by South Sudanese army (SPLA GALLENT FORCES).
    Nothing will prevent not to enter to khartoum. since half of eight million is carrying arms in South Sudan.

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    • 2 December 2012 13:06, by Northern Sudanese

      panchol
      but which ones of them aren’t starving to death from hunger? lol come to Khartoum we are waiting for you you dark red eyed disgusting monkeys :)

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      • 2 December 2012 13:46, by panchol

        Northern Sudanese.
        I am happy and thankful to Almighty God for creating me dark with smooth skin tall and strong which their land is divided by River Nile people that will fear. Holy Bible, book of Isaiah 18: verse 1 to 6. that is why our cultures look similar to that of the following: 1. Israeli 2. Ethiopia 3. Eritrea. Go to Bible book of numbers you will get the whole history of Cush (black ski

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      • 2 December 2012 14:14, by panchol

        Northern Sudanese.I am happy and thankful to Almighty God for creating us dark with smooth skin tall and strong through which our land is divided by River Nile people that world will fear them. Holy Bible, book of Isaiah 18: verse 1 to 6. that is why our cultures look similar to that of the following: 1. Israeli 2. Ethiopia 3. Eritrea. Go to Bible book of numbers you will get land of Cush which o

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        • 2 December 2012 14:23, by panchol

          continue...
          was last time called Sudan and today called Republic of South Sudan(Cush black= land of black people the as our soil.
          God bless South Sudan!

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  • 2 December 2012 13:03, by Northern Sudanese

    Why is Pagan here in Khartoum begging us to open the pipes? didn’t you one day say ’’aaah, we got finally rid of Khartoum’s dirty policies’’. why are you here back you insect? why don’t you go and built your new pipe? have you ran out of money? didn’t you say you can remain years without oil?
    no pipes will open unless you cut your links with SPLA/N

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    • 3 December 2012 05:06, by aguotwany@live.com

      Dear Northern, Sudan ,
      The people who can defeat their adversary do not used negative language, you better tell us what have you done when the country was still one? If you can answer that and admtted your mistakes. Your grandfathers came and we welcome them with respect. What do you have in mind any way?
      South, Sudan was the last to surrender to UK in 1927, not even Northern ,S.Last in Africa

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  • 2 December 2012 13:09, by Northern Sudanese

    The only good thing with Pagan is that he is at least better looking than all other south sudanese . he isn’t too dark and hasn’t some of those weird eyes. a man like him isn’t that ugly

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  • 2 December 2012 13:42, by panchol

    Jalaby Wu Tob.
    South Sudanese people shall except and ready implement cooperation agreement of the four sessions without pre-conditions for SPLA/N desarment by South Sudanese army (SPLA GALLENT FORCES).
    Nothing will prevent not to enter to khartoum. since half of eight million is carrying arms in South Sudan.

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  • 2 December 2012 14:49, by panchol

    Northern Sudanese.
    there isn’t any anger in South Sudan since we have loan of three years in US$Ddollar and a local currency of four years budget with good harvest this year as local and international farmers are planning and preparing for the next seasoning activities.Our country has sufficient of food and non food commodities from 1.Kenya 2.Uganda 3. Ethiopia 4. Eritrea 5. Djibouti 6.congo. etc

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    • 2 December 2012 14:59, by Northern Sudanese

      panchol
      are you trying to fool yourself here or what? south sudan is unable to feed more than half its people, and its been mentioned yesterday that all crop has failed in lakes state due to lack of rain. nearly the whole country depends on food aid and food coming from sudan. you have no money and china denied that $8 billion loan long time ago

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    • 2 December 2012 15:16, by Northern Sudanese

      panchol
      south sudan economy is 98% fucked and here in Khartoum pagan is begging us to open the pipes and let the oil flow

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  • 2 December 2012 15:14, by panchol

    continue...
    death from anger be to Arab, we have a lot of national resources and there is a need for re-installation of factories such as
    1.Nzara cotton & oil factories
    2. Torit. cement & timber factories
    3.Abel Lado Dura & Yei timber
    4. Wau brewery 5. Tonj Kanaf 6.Yirol oil factories 7.Awiel rice scheme 8. Bor fisheries 9. Unity Arabic gum 10. Renk. scheme.

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    • 2 December 2012 15:19, by Northern Sudanese

      panchol
      are you day dreaming here or what? all your saying here is spreading true nonsense.

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      • 2 December 2012 17:56, by Nibs

        N.sudanese,
        He is not dreaming,these are existing facts only requiring renovations.it’s good that you admire pagan look,now give him your sister to tear her ass up!since that is too your policy.you gives your rotten Arab prostitutes to s.sudanese politicians.for instance,you give one with rotten pussy lagu.

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        • 2 December 2012 18:00, by Nibs

          Correction;......to Lagu.

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        • 2 December 2012 23:47, by Northern Sudanese

          Nibs
          hahahaha you dark red eyed moneys are so funny, my sister aint marry monkeys, something natural to all women around the globe. but its better to give pagan yo naked mama there on the screen, i see her on the tv starving to death everyday she’s so ugly!
          facts? how you gonna pay for it while you got no money??? and whats so good about a beer factory???

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          • 3 December 2012 05:21, by aguotwany@live.com

            Mr. Northern, S.
            You insulting us and your idiot insults cannot succeed you any more. We have left and returning to take the Northern once more. Dr John Garang has inspired more to take the lead for the next generations to come. We have earned education in the West and now tell you to get the hell out off our country. Even if it takes decade still we will defeat you and your adventure Islam.

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  • 2 December 2012 20:40, by nostalgia for 1 sudan

    Welcome Pagan to your 2nd home.Guys let us forget our bitter past which was full of hatred ,tears and agony and have an optimistic look to the future of the 2 sister countries..Both sides have no alternative other than cooperation and good faith and simply things which we share are far more than things which divide us.Sudan has just lost the honor of being largest African country,please dont make

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  • 2 December 2012 20:48, by nostalgia for 1 sudan

    cont.
    its people lose the virtue of being the smartest in the continent.Language can not unite us ,religion can not unite us.Aarabism can’t unite us,Africanism can’t unite us,only Sudan,humanity and shared intersts can unite us.Allahoma 9alli 3la sayedna Mohammed o 3la alihi o 9a7bihi o sallim.

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    • 2 December 2012 23:52, by Northern Sudanese

      nostalgia for 1 sudan
      sorry bro but i cannot agree with you, these monkeys betrayed us long time ago! i had the same thoughts but i realized that nothing unites us with them.
      where were the south sudanese during our struggle for sudan against western powers? where were they during our wars with the ottomans and the british and romans/french??? all they did is chasing animals in the bushes

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    • 2 December 2012 23:55, by Northern Sudanese

      nostalgia for 1 sudan
      history is some of the most vital factors of a nation, south sudan was joined to sudan by the british. south sudanese have no history, they have done nothing for this land.

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      • 3 December 2012 02:51, by Tiger

        Northern Sudanese!
        your people were fighting the westerners for the sake of your gay ass religion Islam,that’s the reason why we didn’t joint hands and fight the war to help you against the western oppressors;you are not a real Sudanese,but a brown eyes desert lizard.your dirty ass people came to Sudan as a traders,please tell them to go take a shower.
        nite son.

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  • 3 December 2012 05:46, by hellonearth

    JALABY PLEASE SHUT THE @#$$% UP MAN. YOU DON\T HAVE ANY MESSAGE HERE. YOU DELUDED GAY FAKE ARAB

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  • 3 December 2012 14:47, by nostalgia for 1 sudan

    I wonder, why most of south sudanese commentators are angry? they use vulgar phrases, cursing and insulting every aspect of the northern sudanese life? eg brown skinned,fake arabs,gay ass islam, etc..etc.Is there any human being had chosen his place of birth,date of birth,his parents ,his country or his colour?.Where is the renown African wisdom? South claims they are true Africans..honestly i s

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  • 3 December 2012 14:55, by nostalgia for 1 sudan

    cont.
    I started to review my previous beliefs about their brotherhood with us.you can’t cultivate thorns and harvest roses.

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