Sudan, South Sudan Agree to Start Border Process


Khartoum and Juba have agreed to start the border demarcation process in order to resolve issues they started discussing before the independence of South Sudan in 2011.

  • East Africa:  Khartoum, Juba to Demarcate Border

    Sudan Tribune, 16 February 2012

    Delegations Khartoum and Juba agreed to immediately demarcate the border between the two countries in a bid to settle a number of pending issues they started to discuss before the ... read more »

Photo: Fred Noy

South Sudan and Sudan have agreed to start the border demarcation process.

  • South Sudan:  Nations Fail to Reach Agreement On Oil, Border Demarcation

    The Citizen, 16 February 2012

    South Sudan and Sudan did not reach an agreement on oil transit fees, border demarcation among others during the five day round table talks in the Ethiopian Capital Addis Ababa ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  President Kiir Wants Agreement to Cover Oil, Abyei, Border Demarcation

    The Citizen, 3 February 2012

    President Salva Kiir said that South Sudan would consider signing an agreement with Sudan that would not only focus on oil but all the outstanding issues particularly Abyei and ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Border Tensions Grow Amid Kidnappings

    Catholic Information Service for Africa, 31 January 2012

    Tension is growing in the border between Sudan and the new South Sudan as governments of the two states accuse each other of attacks. read more »

  • Sudan:  Oil Fields in Dispute Along South North Border Must Halt Their Operations

    Sudan Tribune, 27 January 2012

    Differences over oil charges between two countries of the former Sudan have reached an alarming stage. The two sides accuse one another of failing the agreement on the oil ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Local Officials Absent From Talks On Borders, Auhip Announces Adjournment

    Sudan Tribune, 21 January 2012

    The African Union High Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) today announced that the governments of Sudan and South Sudan have requested that the meetings of the joint political and ... read more »

  • Sudan:  Over 100 Local Chiefs Hold Border Conference in Unity State

    Sudan Tribune, 17 November 2011

    Unity state hosted a three day conference last week to build consensus among the state's counties on how migration into South Sudan from groups north of the new international ... read more »

  • Sudan:  Govt Vows to Settle Disputes With South Sudan

    UN News Service, 26 September 2011

    Sudan is committed to resolving all the remaining disputes related to its peace accord with South Sudan, including border demarcation issues and the division of oil revenues, the ... read more »

  • Sudan:  South Sudan to Shut Borders With the North - Official

    Sudan Tribune, 24 September 2011

    The Republic of South Sudan (RoSS) will close its borders with its Northern neighbor starting next December, an official in Juba said today. read more »

  • North Africa:  Sudan and South Sudan Sign Border Pact to Enhance Security

    Catholic Information Service for Africa, 20 September 2011

    Sudan and South Sudan have signed an agreement to monitor their shared borders and open crossing points a few days after Khartoum said it was experiencing an influx of southerners ... read more »

  • Sudan:  South Sudan Border Wars

    Sudan Tribune, 18 September 2011

    The newly established republic of South Sudan happens to border six countries, Khartoum in the North, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Central African ... read more »

  • East Africa:  Sudan, South Sudan Sign Deal On Border Crossings

    Sudan Tribune, 18 September 2011

    Sudan and South Sudan have signed an agreement to monitor shared borders and open crossing points, few days after Khartoum said it was experiencing an influx of southerners ... read more »