South Sudan ready to implement cooperation agreement

President Salva Kiir recently sent a letter inviting his Sudanese counterpart, Omar Al-Bashir, to visit Juba and assured that South Sudan was ready to fully implement the Cooperation Agreement which the two heads of state signed in Ethiopia on September 27.

According to a presidential adviser the letter provides detailed plans of how the government of the Republic of South Sudan intends to end deadlocks over post secession issues.

"We are committed to implementing it. We do not want to betray our partners, especially those supporting resumption of improved bilateral relations to promote the idea of two 'viable states'," Mawien stressed in a statement to Sudan Tribune on Saturday.  Read more here.