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[30 August 2014]
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[11 May 2014]
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Yemen condemns South Sudan occupation of Heglig
[21/April/2012]

SANA'A, April 21 (Saba) - The government condemned on Saturday the South Sudan troops' occupation of the Heglig area in Sudan.

An official source in the government stressed that dialogue and diplomacy are the only ways to resolve differences between the two countries.

He called on both parties to stop the bloodshed and give the diplomatic efforts a chance to resolve the pending issues reasonably.

He accented the need to return to the negotiation table to establish ties enhancing the mutual confidence and building on the bonds of common history and human relations between the two countries.

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