Joint Security Committee of Sudan and South Sudan Starts Meetings

Khartoum, May 13 (SUNA) - The Meeting of the Joint Security Committee of Sudan and South Sudan State started Monday in Khartoum to review complaints and claims of both sides on support and harboring to the armed movements.

Both parties have welcomed at the start of meetings and the work of the joint security committee in Khartoum which would last till Tuesday.
It is to be noted that the Joint Security Committee has been formed in the last meeting of the Higher Joint Security and Political Committee which is co-chaired by the Defense Ministers of the two countries for dealing with memorundom of understanding signed between the two sides in last February concerning refrain from support and harboring of rebels of both countries.
TA/MO

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