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Sudan and South Sudan on Tuesday agreed to establish 10 crossing points along their border, eight of which are to be opened immediately.
The decision was reached at the end of a two-day Joint Peace and Security Mechanism (JPSM) extraordinary meeting between the two countries, witnessed by the African Union High Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) chair, Thabo Mbeki.
The meeting, held in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, was chaired by Sudan’s Defense minister, Abdulraheem Mohammad Hussein and his South Sudan Water Resources and Irrigation counterpart, Paul Mayom Akec.
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