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President Kiir meets Eritrea’s special envoy to South Sudan

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September 17, 2019 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and the Eritrean special envoy to South Sudan, Osman Salih held a meeting in the South Sudanese capital, Juba on Tuesday.

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President Salva Kiir and the Eritrean special envoy to South Sudan, Osman Salih at State House in Juba, Sept, 17, 2019 (PPU)

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, South Sudan’s deputy Foreign Affairs minister, Deng Dau Deng said Osman handed over to the South Sudanese leader letter from his counterpart Isaias Afwerki.

The Eritrean official, according to the minister also appreciated the role Kiir played in ending the political crisis in neighbouring Sudan.

On his part, however, the Eritrean special envoy, said a wide range of bilateral issues were discussed between Juba and Asmara.

In August last year, President Kiir visited Asmara and held talks with Afwerki during which the latter expressed his support to South Sudan and urged Kiir to enhance relations with the Horn of Africa countries.

The two-day visit, observers said, was seen as a confirmation of a new dynamic in the Horn of Africa region following last year’s reconciliation between Addis Ababa and Asmara.

(ST)

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  • 18 September 08:30, by Eastern

    Birds of the same feathers flock: Kiir = Mugabe = Crocodile = Afwerki = Pariah states and that’s where Kiir is leading South Sudan into..!

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    • 18 September 09:30, by South South

      Eastern,

      Believe me when I say Kiir will do anything he wants in South Sudan as a president. Two or three people like you will be very angry, but majority of us are happy.

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      • 18 September 09:59, by Eastern

        South South,

        Kiir knows all too well what his so-called MAJORITY are - millions of clueless, uninformed villagers who cannot even fend for themselves. Now Kiir and Machar know why invplving TWO other angry guys out there is a BETTER bargain than banking a very vulnerable MAJORITY who are real burden..!

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        • 18 September 10:35, by South South

          Eastern,
          Our government and our majority of people should not waste their best time with the dumbest minority. Countries are run by majority. People who are lacking intelligence, good judgment, stupid and dull-witted should be left alone. It’s not our problem to be born dumb without people.

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          • 18 September 14:06, by The Rhino

            South South,

            Wrong!What majority are you flapping about here running the country?Listen,nearly 90% of your jienges are illiterate, busy preoccupied with revenge killings, cattle raids and theft.Two-third of those people are in camps starving and waiting for food ration(too lazy to feed themselves).They can’t read,write let alone vote, how can such people run any country?Look,majority of any......

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            • 18 September 14:15, by The Rhino

              South South,

              ..single tribe never succeeded running anything on this planet, they always fade and fail!You damned dumbass bastards have a total convoluted and twisted logic.Your foolish ’president’ Kiir is a fucking dictator,an epitome of a divisive tribal policies,thats why,..quote! ’he can do whatever he wants’ against the rest,these are your words!How can anybody with sound mind support such..

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              • 18 September 14:21, by The Rhino

                South South,

                ..leaders,given that they/he Kiir perpetrated the mass killings of over half a million and displacement of over 6 million South Sudanese?Shit,you fucking savages are good for nothing!Here’s fact, the MINORITY groups/tribes are the majority and the intelligent ones, swallow it or leave it, full stop!

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            • 18 September 17:01, by South South

              The Rhino,
              Right!! Any country in the world is run by 10% or 15% as long as the majority of people are with them. We have that in South Sudan. In your face, we are talking this country to any direction we want, nothing you can do about it. Stay angry and fury in internet because that’s what you have right now. Dumb of the dumbest are wasting our good times

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              • 18 September 20:49, by The Rhino

                South South,

                Confused Dinka bastard!Now what do you mean with ’talking this country’-junk?Listen,since you and your whole villagers migrated to Equatoria/Juba few years ago,you’ve managed to turn our once mellow utopia/towns in Equatoria into disgusting kraals and stinking human zoos.Shit,learn to abate savagery and accept who you really are!Go back to your places of origin and stop squatting....

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                • 18 September 20:58, by The Rhino

                  South South,

                  ..in KARO’s or other Equatorian territories.Go home jienge,Equatoria is not your home!Now if you choose to loiter or drift around, we’ll serve you hell and squashing vengeance.Be ready to embrace nightmares and sleepless nights, done!

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          • 18 September 20:40, by jubaone

            South South jienge kaffir,
            A worthless majority that is illiterate, without skills and have to be fed like toddlers. The majority are fleeing left-and-right seeking food and shelter cuz their brains are not created for development. That is stagnated brains and dwarfed intellectualism. Bulls may be big, but its the small naked jienge man that will slaughter it.

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        • 18 September 14:33, by The Rhino

          Eastern,

          All non-Dinka must save themselves in not supporting jienges policies whatsoever but only focus on themselves, their communities and future.He who associates himself with these savages risks total genetic extinction.Other tribes must learn to fiercely protect and defend themselves in all forms/tools(social activities,intermarriages or damn friendships,NO!.Most importantly through GUNs!

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      • 18 September 20:32, by jubaone

        South South jienge kaffir,
        That is the fundamental difference between a totally subservient baggara slave like you who would follow the kiirminal to his grave and somebody who has critical thinking. From 2005-2019, 14 wasted years. The only thing, he has managed to keep the country as "an infant nation" that has refused to grow and looks like a 2 yr-old.

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