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Sudan, south Sudan military operations from Security Council,

Umm Durmān : Sudan | Mar 29, 2012 at 4:32 AM PDT
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The UN Security Council to the Sudan, and southern Sudan warned that military operations in the disputed border areas from talking and solve the problems through a new war otherwise boom.According to media reports, the statement by the Security Council Sudan, and disputed border areas between the south sudan in the last several days many times in the clashes in the perspective. On behalf of the south Sudan Sudan, and the responsibility of fresh clashes on each other. Juba has accused the government of the Sudan that the planes in the border areas targeted several oil installations. Last year after the separation from Sudan on behalf of the south Sudan khartoum government imposed on this is the most serious allegation. Border disputes between the two countries in military clashes are changed. On behalf of the Sudan in the United Nations were given a fresh statement has been threatened in the armed forces of the country a inch ', one is ready to defend. Sudan's ambassador at the United Nations Al-Hajj Ali Usman said that jubaon behalf of the government on behalf of the Sudanese area of ​​military activity or aggression has been trying to push the answer will be given. The 15-member Security Council said in a statement issued by the governments of Sudan and southern Sudan bear and meaningful talks should start challenges facing so that both countries and to solve the problems can be derived

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