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Russia and South Sudan have established diplomatic relations
24.08.2011 17:29
Russia and South Sudan have established diplomatic relations

Russia and South Sudan have signed a bilateral statement on establishment diplomatic relations between the two countries, reports Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia.

The diplomatic relations between the two countries are established on the base of mutual respect, independence, sovereignity, territorial integrity, non-interference into the internal affairs, non-use of force, and other standards of international law.

Moscow confirms its intention to develop friendship and mutual cooperation with South Sudan in the interests of piece and security.

The agreement was signed in the South Sudan capital Juba.

The Sudan government recognized officially the South Sudan independence on July 8, 2011. Russia recognized its independence on July 9, 2011.

Author: Irina Fomina

Tags: Russia foreign policy    

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