Luanda — The relations between Angola and South Sudan need to be strengthened in various domains, due to the poor or non-existing bilateral co-operation, Angop learnt.
This was said by the head of the Sub-Saharan department of the Angolan Foreign Ministry, Mirano Eduardo Tomás, who added that the relations did not reach much development when there was only one state.
“The economic relation with South Sudan is still zero, we have not done anything. We hope for stability in order to outline a new co-operation,” said Eduardo Tomás.
Independent since July 09, 2011, South Sudan inherited three quarters of Sudan‘s crude oil production, which represents about 350,000 barrels per day, but depends on Sudan‘s pipelines to export the oil.
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