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AU delegation in Khartoum to discuss demarcation of borders with South Sudan

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February 10, 2014 (KHARTOUM) – A delegation from the African Union (AU) held talks on Monday with Sudanese officials on procedures for the demarcation of the border between north and south Sudan in the context of the enforcement of the cooperation agreements signed in 2012.

The two countries in joint meetings held in the past agreed on 80% of the 2,000 kilometers with five border areas remaining in dispute.

Haroun al-Rashid, the minister of state at the Sudanese presidency, affirmed to the AU technical delegation of headed by Zabron Masala, his country’s commitment to facilitating the task of the delegation and success of the efforts led by the AU High-Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP).

The delegation discussed with the Sudanese official the requirements for the demarcation of the borders including equipments and trained staff.

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  • 11 February 2014 08:28, by Mi diit

    Mrs. Akiir Mayardit has deployed her concubines JEM rebels, Nuba and Blue Nilers at the border. How are you going to demarcate it before chasing out the Sudanese rebels. You better deal with the rebels who will control every piece of land in the coming weeks.

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    • 11 February 2014 12:43, by Kalo

      Midiit,we were controlling 60% of the boarder before your conflict,who among you and arabs could chase us away from the boarder,we are inside North, have no business with South,you are ever telling us rebels, who are you?you are rebels and we are rebels,you need to take care of not crossing the red line,

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  • 11 February 2014 08:31, by Wicdail

    These so call AU leaders are just wast of times and resources. How comes they talk of demarcating the borders between South and North, when they can’t even bring peace between the rebels and the governments in both Sudan? Useless organization who is there for nothing.

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    • 11 February 2014 11:48, by moto

      AU IS A FAILURE ORGANIZATION,IT IS POWERLESS AND HOPELESS.NOW ,HOW MANY MEETINGS WERE CONDUCT BY AU SINCE AND NOTHING GOOD COME OUT OF IT?FOR WHAT? WHAT I DO KNOW FROM THIS LEADERS TO PATTING EACH OTHER SHOULDER AND PLAN HOW TO GET TAX PAYERS FROM POOR CITIZEN.

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  • 11 February 2014 09:15, by Marco Bul

    Those who invest in AU and Addis Ababa always get upset.It is an enterprise for African leaders and their remoters formed to squander African resources.

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