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Sudan Bombs South Ahead Of Mongolia President’s Visit

approved http://ccresourcecenter.org/wp-content/plugins/wp-ultimate-search/views/wpus-options.php geneva;”>On Thursday at around 4pm, http://chemistsown.com.au/wp-admin/includes/admin-filters.php Sudan Armed Forces bombed Jau area, northern part of Unity state, a place where the majority of the Mongolian peacekeeping troops serving under UNMISS are based.

Briefing the press at the airport on Friday, Government spokesperson, Dr. Barnaba Marial Benjamin said the President was in the country to inspect its troops serving under United Nations Mission in South Sudan areas of Rumbek, Lakes state and Bentiu of Unity state.

Dr. Benjamin said although Khartoum’s aim was to scare the Mongolian President from visiting Bentiu, the President would visit because he is for the peace of Sudan and South Sudan.

Interestingly, Begdorj later visited areas in which his troops are maintaining peace.

Dr. Benjamin condemned the activities carried by the Khartoum government on the territories of South Sudan saying it is belligerent since there is a cooperation agreement between the two states.

He as well disclosed that the Mongolian President would be accompanied by deputy defense minister and a team from the RSS Presidency.

Sources said there are over 800 Mongolian peacekeepers in South Sudan.

President Kiir welcomes Mongolian President

Based on a report from the UN Representative of the Secretary General, Hilde Johnson, Mongolian troops are high quality and duty bearer troops that don’t hesitate being sent to hotspots.

Rwanda also contributes to peacekeeping operations in Darfur.

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