Sudan presidents agree on previous deals

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South Sudan President Salva Kiir and his northern counterpart Omar al-Bashir have always been at loggerheads with one another. But both Presidents have now agreed to work in unison to overcome obstacles. eNCA

South Sudan, April 13 – President Salva Kiir and his northern counterpart Omar al-Bashir have agreed to normalise ties and implement all cooperation deals previously agreed upon. 

It's the first visit by Bashir to Juba since the secession in 2011.

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