South Sudan willing to withdraw army from Sudan border: president

JUBA (Reuters) – South Sudan is willing to withdraw its army from the disputed border with Sudan, President Salva Kiir said, signaling a possible compromise at a summit with his Sudanese counterpart. Kiir and Sudan’s Omar Hassan al-Bashir agreed in September to withdraw troops from the disputed border as a precondition to resume oil exports from landlocked South Sudan through Sudan. Oil revenues are vital to both economies. But both countries still have troops 10 km (6 miles) from each other’s border, and both accuse each other of supporting rebels on the other’s territory. …

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