Dear Mr. Luka Biong,
To answer your question. We are expecting no tangible solution out of this summit. Why? Because peopel like Nafie Nafie are not interested in any agreement with South Sudan no more. Bashir is the only one that heart is full with love with South Sudan, but his lip is tight among his NCP colleagues.
Second, Mr. Luka Biong, you sound critics these days by writing a lot
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