Sudan defence minister blames South Sudan for talks failure
Sudan’s defence minister has blamed South Sudan for the failure of negotiations between the two countries.
At a press conference in Khartoum Abdul Rahim Mohammed Hussein said the talks lasted 10 days without reaching an agreement.
‘The South wanted to determine the dividing line between the two countries, as well as the demilitarised zones'.
He said the new proposed map was ‘hostile’ and not reflecting the spirit of friendship and pursuit of peace between the two parties.