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THE OUTGOING U.S SPECIAL ENVOY TO SUDAN AND SOUTH SUDAN, PRINCETON LYMAN SAYS THE FUTURE OF THE TWO COUNTRIES DEPENDS ON THE RESUMPTION OF OIL PRODUCTION. HE SAYS THE LEADERS MUST WORK TOWARDS A PEACEFUL RESOLUTION OF THEIR DIFFERENCES IN ORDER TO AVOID ANOTHER FULL-BLOWN WAR. IN A ONE-ON-ONE INTERVIEW WITH SOUTH SUDAN IN FOCUS YESTERDAY, AMBASSADOR LYMAN ACCUSES SOME ELEMENTS WITHIN SPLM AND THE NATIONAL CONGRESS PARTY OF TAKING ‘’HARDLINE’’ POSITIONS ON IMPLEMENTING SEVERAL AGREEMENTS SIGNED BETWEEN THE TWO NATIONS. HE SAYS BOTH PRESIDENTS COULD LEARN A LOT FROM THE LEADERS OF SOUTH AFRICA’S AFRICAN NATIONAL CONGRESS WHEN THEY NEGOTIATED A PEACEFUL END TO APARTHEID.

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