Sudan and South Sudan have agreed to reactivate a bilateral security agreement, in a bid to resolve rising tensions between the two neighbors. The agreement was reached during President Salva Kiir’s three day visit to Khartoum. The two nations have previously traded accusations of supporting rebels in each other’s territory. Kiir’s visit to Sudan has been postponed more than four times due to the unstable situation in South Sudan.
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