U.S. Accuse South Sudan Govt of Aiding Armed Opposition in Khartoum

U.S. has accused South Sudan’s government of continuous harbouring and aiding armed opposition groups in neighbouring

South Sudan's government is continuing to harbour and aid armed groups active in neighbouring Sudan, the United States has said.

U.S. such assistance as placing South Sudan in violation of United Nations Security Council resolution as well as numerous agreements between Khartoum and Juba.

 South Sudan has been aiding Sudanese armed rebels which in itself violates the internal peace agreement signed by South Sudan’s president, Salva Kiir.

Through a statement by Department of State, U.S. called on South Sudan to ensure Sudanese armed opposition groups are not harboured to conduct their armed operation with South Sudan or across their border with Sudan.

U.S. State Department last month said that it welcomes Sudan's recent efforts to increase counterterrorism cooperation with the United States.

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