December 14, 2012 (JUBA) - Demands raised by Sudan as pre-conditions for the implementation of the security arrangements with South Sudan is a setback to the peace deal, Princeton Lyman, the US special envoy to both countries said.
Speaking at a press conference in the South Sudan capital on Friday, Lyman said is "troubled" by Khartoum’s recent requests and demands, which links the resumption of oil production and the implementation of other agreements to the satisfaction of the these (...)
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