South Sudan and Sudan have agreed to reopen four entrance passageways across their borders.
Presidential Advisor on Security Affairs Tut Gatluak has stressed that. The two Sudan have finally settled their previous grievances and reopened the major four entry corridors along their borders.
Tut Gatluak expressed to the press on Tuesday, 27th December 2022, that the four-frontier entries comprise Renk – Jebelein, river transport, the road to Aweil – Mariam then Panakwach- Bentiu.
This came after President Salva Kiir and the Deputy Chairman of Sudan’s Sovereign Council Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Daglo discussed bilateral relations and border issues on Tuesday in Juba.
The two leaders also discussed apparatus to inspect investment opportunities and stimulate commercial activities between the two countries.
The four frontiers outlets shall be opened, And they are as follows: the road to Renk – Jebelein, river transport, the road to Aweil – Mariam then Panakwach- Bentiu.
The envoy consists of organized armed forces from both countries and shall debate everything interconnected to the borders and movement of goods and services between the two countries. South Sudan shares a lengthy score with Sudan – expanding at roughly 2000 kilometers.
Early this year, the two countries accepted to revitalize the nexus apparatus to boost commercial activities as well as to intensify endeavors to notice and enhanced bilateral cooperation.