South Sudanese President Salva Kiir has ordered all the country’s security organs and armed forces to work together in making sure no hostile/rebel groups hides or operations inside the country.
I high ranking intelligence confirmed to Somali media as having received directives from the Commander in Chief to deal with hostile groups operating against the government of Sudan and hiding in the territory of the republic of South Sudan.
South Sudan leader was reacting to recent reports that his government is not keen on Sudan rebels operating from his country.
Separately, the presidential spokesman, Ateny Wek Ateny confirmed that Kiir and his Sudanese counterpart Omar al Bashir indeed had met on the sidelines of the Arab-Africa summit in Equatorial Guinea and agreed not to host and support any armed or non-armed opposition operating against each other.
Ateny also said, the two leaders discussed the significance of strengthening bilateral relations between the two nations, and reaffirmed commitment to fulfil implementation of the 2012 cooperation agreement.