Speaking at the opening session of the governor’s forum in Juba on 26 November, Southern Sudanese President Salva Kiir warned a restart in the South’s oil production may still be some way off, after being made aware of Sudan’s latest demands.

Khartoum is looking to Juba to disarm the Sudanese People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) – a Southern Sudanese rebel group engaged in an active insurgency against the government of Sudan; a demand the Southern President has dismissed as “impossible,” saying it is “not our responsibility.” (CONTINUED - 751 WORDS)