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S. Sudan’s Kiir commends Museveni’s continued support

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October 3, 2017 (KAMPALA) – The South Sudanese President Salva Kiir has commended his Ugandan counterpart, Yoweri Museveni for the continued support and solidarity with his government.

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Ugandan leader Yoweri Museveni speaks at the national dialogue launch in South Sudan, May 22, 2017 (PPU photo)

Kiir’s message, State House said, was delivered to Museveni by the South Sudanese army chief of general staff, General James Ajonga Mawut.

At the meeting, which was held in Mbale town on Tuesday, Museveni and Ajonga reportedly discussed cooperation and training of the Ugandan army (UPDF) and the South Sudanese military (SPLA).

Details of Tuesday’s discussions were, however, not divulged to the press.

Uganda and South Sudan have long standing economic and security interests. Currently, Uganda is also hosting more than one million refugees fleeing from the violent conflict in South Sudan.

The East African nation was one of the first countries that recognised South Sudan’s independence from Sudan in July 2011.

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  • 4 October 08:43, by Newsudan

    M7 should respect South Sudan sovereignty and should stop talking about it’s leadership

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    • 4 October 09:04, by Eastern

      Ask Kiir to tell him instead of continuing to lick his boots...!

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      • 4 October 09:08, by South South

        Kiir is a president of South Sudan and Museveni is a president of Uganda. It’s call mutual interests between nations. Pain in the neck to some people like Eastern

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        • 4 October 12:15, by jubaone

          South South,
          The jienge republic and empire is an Illusion. M7 can muzzle ugandans and terrorize them to cow in, in SS, we give jienges a bloody nose and smack them on their naked asses (aryan jiengse). They want show down, we go for it. Riak, Cirillo, Bakasoro, Gen. Peter Gatdet should just not join this IGAD nonsense. Jienges dont follow rules, they follow smell of food like flies. Period.

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          • 4 October 13:44, by South South

            jubaone,

            These guys of yours, Riak, Cirillio, Bakasoro, Peter Gatdet are like insects under someone shoe. For peace to come in South Sudan, we want to talk to them one by one. Let me make it very clear before I move ahead with my comment. Kiir is their president, Kiir their commander-in-chief and Kiir is their boss, get it right from me.

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    • 4 October 09:06, by South South

      Great!!! Museveni is our guy.

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      • 4 October 12:09, by jubaone

        South South,
        The Kiirminal is weakened and desperately trying to get some UPDF hirelings and mercenaries to fight for him. With fugitive Malong "parked" in Juba like some wheel-less junk car, nyors confused, JEM, SPLA-N busy settling their own shit, Kiirminal is fearful that the revitalization of ARCISS will cost him much. M7 is fed up with the Kiirminal who is now like his lapdog

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        • 4 October 13:46, by South South

          jubaone,

          Museveni is pain in the necks of rebels.

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        • 4 October 14:02, by Lotodo Awino Odug

          this is what I was talking about the other day. a war will be cause by circumstances ahead.

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  • 4 October 09:20, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    Uganda is not supporting South Sudan to be in peace.
    They are looting resources and in side of humanitarian, is also weak.
    I call the president to cancelled the relationship with Uganda immediately.

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  • 4 October 09:33, by Wutkhor

    I see some Dinka’s insects commenting with humans sense in this article, anyways that is goods attempts ya jiengs insects but I already choose secessions, we will never be a one country.
    Sharing same nationality with Dinka’s is a terrible crime.

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    • 4 October 10:25, by Newsudan

      ya militia Wutkhor
      ask your fellow militias around Waat,it was lesson to them by SPLA Ajongo forces, the death toll was 1:20,very catastrophic to breach SPLA trenches around Waat.

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  • 4 October 09:52, by lou nuer

    M7 is President of two Countries Uganda and South Sudan while Kiir is FVP of South Sudan and all ideas to run the two nations come from M7 without him nothing would have been possible from Dinka rule would have ended since 2014 early from the beginning of the year. Which continue doing that fishy thing time will come for your mysth to come to an end soon.M7 is after S.Sudan resources nothing else.

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  • 4 October 11:40, by Tommy

    We do understand the track you lead us to, Museveni Involvement always lead us to Obliteration.

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    • 4 October 15:45, by jubaone

      Tommy,
      M7 is intelligent, the Kiirminal is not. Intelligent people often use idiots to their advantage. Kiirminal is a very useful idiot to M7.

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      • 5 October 03:07, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

        Jubaone
        Do you think these idiots have brain to think? Analyzing things is a big problem to them. We are not going to allow Museveni continue promoting anarchy in our land. It is high time forces of change team up in the region and get out dictators out of regional political landscape. Uganda must be the first to be dealt with. The war should be exported to Uganda in order for region to have peace

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      • 5 October 03:07, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

        Jubaone
        Do you think these idiots have brain to think? Analyzing things is a big problem to them. We are not going to allow Museveni continue promoting anarchy in our land. It is high time forces of change team up in the region and get out dictators out of regional political landscape. Uganda must be the first to be dealt with. The war should be exported to Uganda in order for region to have peace

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  • 4 October 16:33, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    Uganda is ahome to thousands of refugees from south Sudan this
    Bilateral relationship between Uganda & South Sudan is very significant and of a good excellent partnership between the two ? countries n Kenya included, n these are good indication of brotherhood

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  • 4 October 16:48, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    This is a big creditial for President M7, having hosted South Sudanese refugees who call 📞 Uganda their second home 🏡, well done and we need these folks to return home to develop their home with the skills they got from where ever they over stayed

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    • 4 October 19:23, by Eastern

      Are the refugees learning anything in Uganda, have you done your research..?

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      • 4 October 21:17, by Don-Don Malith Rual

        Eastern :It depends on your lever of understanding about the words education,even the way you behalf yourself is education, seeing thing in different prospective is part of education, crossing the road in a mannerabl is also part of education,name them.

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  • 4 October 21:29, by Don-Don Malith Rual

    Just common sense will gather all the necessary information that one need, the issue of the South Sudanese refugees does not need a deep research unless you’re you are from whit anglo-Norman

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