Threat to Su­dan talks

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KHARTOUM: The Su­danese gov­ern­ment said in­ter­nal dif­fer­ences within the rebel Su­dan Peo­ple’s Lib­er­a­tion Move­ment (SPLM)/north­ern sec­tor was crip­pling peace talks on South Kord­o­fan and the Blue Nile ar­eas.

“This… in­creases the suf­fer­ing of the peo­ple of the two ar­eas and crip­ples the ne­go­ti­a­tion process,” said Ahmed Bi­lal Os­man, a Su­danese gov­ern­ment spokesper­son. He re­it­er­ated the gov­ern­ment’s readi­ness to re­sume the peace talks at any time spec­i­fied by the African me­di­a­tion.

He urged the SPLM/north­ern sec­tor to re­solve its in­ter­nal dif­fer­ences. Xin­hua –

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