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view geneva; font-size: small;”>The Sudanese government news agency SUNA, reportedly quoted the Press Secretary of the Sudanese President as saying “the President will lead a delegation of senior government officials to the one-day summit scheduled for Thursday 13, in Addis Ababa”.
The same source added that the summit is expected to discuss similar issues in the region including considering sending of African Union (AU) peacekeeping troops to South Sudan
The next round of talks between the warring parties in South Sudan is expected to resume on March 20.