Sudan, South Sudan sign military intelligence-sharing deal

The top military officials of Sudan and South Sudan met in Khartoum where the two sides signed a deal on intelligence-sharing.

In a statement to SSBC upon his return on Friday,  South Sudan’s army chief Gabriel Jok Riak said Sudan and South Sudan signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on intelligence-sharing, bilateral relations and military training on Thursday.

“I met with the Sudanese army Chief of General Staff Gen. Kamal and we discussed issues concerning the two armies in the two countries,” he said.

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