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Chinese envoy, S. Sudanese officials hold talks


Taban Deng Gai addresses delegates after he was sworn-in as South Sudan FVP inside the Presidential Palace in the capital of Juba, July 26, 2016 (Photo Reuters/ Jok Solomun)

On 30th May 2018 (JUBA) – The Chinese ambassador to South Sudan, He Xiangdong met the South Sudanese first Vice President, Taban Deng Gai to discuss the cooperation the between the two countries.

During the meeting, Gai praised South Sudan’s good relations with China, lauding Beijing for its long-standing support and generous help for the young nation.

The senior South Sudanese official also expressed his expectation for further progress in pragmatic cooperation between the two nations.

Rebecca Joshua Okwaci, Minister of Roads and Bridges also attended the meeting between Gai and the Chinese ambassador.

On his part, however, Xiangdong said the Asian nation attaches great importance to developing friendly relations with South Sudan.

“China is willing to further strengthen mutually beneficial cooperation in infrastructure construction and other fields,” he said.

Added the envoy, “China hopes South Sudan to realize peace and stability at an early time and will always be a sincere and reliable partner of South Sudan in its peace and development process”.

Meanwhile, the two leaders exchanged views on further implementing the fruits of Johannesburg Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation and details of infrastructure projects.


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  • 4 June 10:59, by jubaone

    Ya Taban
    There’s already peace in all junk jienge states. Just take your short-legged Chinese communists to these areas. I don’t understand this...."peace should come soon..." narrative. Must all these Chinese and jienges crowd in Juba? Jienges have at least 12-24 "pure" states for themselves. So?

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  • 4 June 11:31, by Eastern

    Yes! Chinese are our true and best friends; they have given us rice, buy our low quality oil and pollute our water bodies with nobody putting them to task! China Oyee!

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    • 4 June 12:20, by South South

      jubaone and Eastern,

      Two of you are not only traitors, but stupid enough. All Africa countries are doing big businesses with China and this does not take away their close relationships with USA. Anytime there is some good in South Sudan, a few Nyam Nyams will come out and cry
      "Oh, this is not good". Nimule is now developing and other places will get big development soon.

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      • 4 June 16:31, by Kuch

        South South,
        Don’t worry chap. No one would want to live by side by side with the evil ’white Americans, English people, their so-called cloned arabs of North Sudan, their gulf>>>>

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      • 5 June 08:08, by jubaone

        South South
        Worthless jienge scum! Why can’t you take your Chinese communists to your stinking jiengeland? Cuz you are lazy, foolish and just dummies. Human baggage without use and have to be fed, taken care of like babies. Incapable of doing things independently. Even monkeys dare climb a tree to pick mangoes. Jienge!

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        • 5 June 08:12, by jubaone

          Do you know why foreign investors like to invest in Equatoria and not in jiengeland? Equatorians are intelligent, skilled, quick to learn, friendly and open. You jienges will remain the shitholes of SS whether you like it or not. That is why you’re homeless and likes to squat un Equatoria, loser. Worthless animal!

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