Khartoum is not interested in any peacful deal with South Sudan. Our leaders in Juba must know that and they have to look for alternitive to stabble the economy insteat of waiting for the Oil line to be open. China have more interest in Khartoum and the paipline they supposed to give pressure to Khartoum to implement the agreement.
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