Sudan oil turned off [Interview with Pagan Amum]

South Sudan looks to build new pipelines


The newly independent state of South Sudan is planning an oil pipeline to Lamu in Kenya and a second to Dijibouti to break an ‘oil blockade’ by Sudan, which has halted the oil exports that consist of 98% of South Sudan’s income according to Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) Secretary General Pagan Amum, who gave an interview to New Europe, where he discussed oil, dealing with China, the international community’s response to difficulties with Sudan and the v...


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