Juba & Khartoum Agree To Open Up Common Border

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South Sudan and Sudan have begun talks that seek to expedite the bilateral cooperation agreement between the two countries. They have signed several agreements on security arrangements for demilitarized zones and the opening of 10 border cross points. The two also have agreed to stop supporting rebel groups along their border. Delegations from the two countries met in Khartoum on Sunday. CCTV's Patrick Oyet reports from Juba.
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