Sudans Meet in 2013 to Resume Talks

Sudan and South Sudan are expected to meet in Ethiopia in January 2013 to discuss the stalled implementation of the co-operation agreement they signed in September 2011.

Troops patrol Abyei - one of the disputed areas that lies on the border of both countries (file photo).

  • Ethiopia:  Sudan, South Sudan Agree On Demilitarized Border Zone

    Government of Ethiopia, 19 December 2012

    The Chief Mediator of the African Union's High Level Implementation Panel, Thabo Mbeki, said yesterday (December 18) that Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to implement the ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Nation Oiling Up for Self-Reliance

    Inter Press Service, 28 November 2012

    As South Sudan continues negotiations with Sudan regarding the resumption of oil production and transit, the South Sudanese government says that it is developing its own industry ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Sudan's 'Impossible Demands' Demands Blocking Resumption of Oil Production - Minister

    Sudan Tribune, 22 November 2012

    Sudan wants neighbouring South Sudan to disarm rebels operating north of the border before allowing the export of southern crude through its territory to resume, Juba's Minister of ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Kiir Urges Abyei Youth to Resist Violence Amid Rising Tension

    Sudan Tribune, 16 November 2012

    South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has urged youth from the contested border region of Abyei, to refrain from violence and revenge following a protest in which one local civilian ... read more »