Upper Nile Governor Calls for ‘Fair’ Mediation Over Border Conflict

All Africa
April 30, 2012

South Sudan’s Upper Nile Governor, Simon Kun Puoch, suggested “fair” mediation regarding the conflict on the border of North and South Sudan. “South Sudan seceded from Sudan last year as part of a peace deal that ended decades of conflict but the two sides have been unable to agree on a host of post-partition issues including oil, demarcating the border and the status of disputed areas such as Heglig and Abyei.”

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