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Sudan's Bashir vows to continue dialogue with South Sudan

(Xinhua)

15:12, April 10, 2012

KHARTOUM, April 9 (Xinhua) -- Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir pledged on Monday to continue the approach of dialogue to resolve its pending issues with South Sudan while called on Juba to stop supporting the rebels fighting Khartoum.

In a speech at the parliament, Bashir said "in spite of repeated violations by South Sudan and its harboring of rebels, we are moving on with our policy of dialogue and negotiation to resolve the existing problems between us."

"South Sudan should lift its hand from the rebels in South Kordofan and Blue Nile and stop the aggression on our borders, " he said, adding that these moves would be the key to resolving the disputes over the border, oil sharing and other outstanding issues.

Bashir criticized the hostile policy pursued by the government of South Sudan, noting that "the recent attacks on areas in South Kordofan showed evidence of the unjustifiable spirit of aggression of South Sudan."

Sudan and South Sudan have not yet completed the demarcation of their common border, which is one of their disputed issues to be resolved in the post-secession negotiations.

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