Sudans' Security Talks Flounder

Peace talks between Sudan and South Sudan will be moved to Ethiopia following unsuccessful meetings over the implementation of a security deal.

Troops patrol the disputed area of Abyei that lies on the border of Sudan and South Sudan (file photo).

  • South Sudan:  Security Talks Flounder

    Sudan Tribune, 10 December 2012

    Sudan and South Sudan decided on Monday to move their floundering security talks from Khartoum to Addis Ababa after their failure to strike a deal on the disarmament of Sudanese ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Tackling Insecurity of Paramount Importance to Avoid Disunity in South Sudan

    South Sudan News Agency, 10 December 2012

    South Sudan fought two bitter wars (1955 to 1972 and 1983 to 2005) against what was perceived as gross marginalization by successive governments of the old Sudan which perpetrated ... read more »

  • Sudan:  Khartoum and Juba Delay Joint Security Meeting to Monday

    Sudan Tribune, 9 December 2012

    Sudan and South Sudan delayed their meeting on the implementation of security arrangements to Monday after failing to agree on its agenda. read more »

  • Sudan:  South Sudan Engages Russia to Support AU Abyei Proposal

    Sudan Tribune, 7 December 2012

    A senior member of the South Sudan government said on Thursday it is engaging with the Russian government to seek support for the African Union High Level Implementation Panel ... read more »

  • Sudan:  South Sudan, Sudan Reiterate Commitment to Implement Addis Ababa Agreements

    Government of Ethiopia, 4 December 2012

    Tor Deng Mawein, South Sudan's Presidential Adviser has announced that President Salva Kiir has invited President Omar Al Bashir of the Republic of Sudan to Juba and assured him of ... read more »