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Sudan, North Africa

Population: 41,592,539
Sovereignty Council: Abdel Fattah al-Burhan
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok
Federal parliamentary republic under a provisional government
Christians: 5%
Evangelical Christians: 0.4%
Dominant Religion: Islam
Persecution Ranking: 6th
Life Expectancy: 59.8 Years
Literacy Rate: 71.9%
Population Below Poverty Line: 46.5%
Refugees Living in Sudan: 2,498,776

The Joint Boundary Demarcation Commission between Sudan and South Sudan has signed the full delimitation of the boundaries agreed upon between the two countries in the presence of the representative of the African Union Boundary Commission. Speaking at the signing ceremony, Moaaz Tengu, said that the work of the Commission has been going on for seven years. The representative Maj Gen Mohamed Bannaga said the committee will complete its work in mid-November in Addis Ababa to prepare a comprehensive document to characterize the border, and “after the final approval of the agreements we will complete border procedures and describe the areas around them.”

Pray that the border dispute will be amicably settled.
Pray that the two countries will resolve a common agreement (The Bible, Nehemiah 9:38).

Agreement signed on contested Sudan-South Sudan border areas

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Sudan, North Africa

Population: 41,592,539
Sovereignty Council: Abdel Fattah al-Burhan
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok
Federal parliamentary republic under a provisional government
Christians: 5%
Evangelical Christians: 0.4%
Dominant Religion: Islam
Persecution Ranking: 6th
Life Expectancy: 59.8 Years
Literacy Rate: 71.9%
Population Below Poverty Line: 46.5%
Refugees Living in Sudan: 2,498,776

The Joint Boundary Demarcation Commission between Sudan and South Sudan has signed the full delimitation of the boundaries agreed upon between the two countries in the presence of the representative of the African Union Boundary Commission. Speaking at the signing ceremony, Moaaz Tengu, said that the work of the Commission has been going on for seven years. The representative Maj Gen Mohamed Bannaga said the committee will complete its work in mid-November in Addis Ababa to prepare a comprehensive document to characterize the border, and “after the final approval of the agreements we will complete border procedures and describe the areas around them.”

Pray that the border dispute will be amicably settled.
Pray that the two countries will resolve a common agreement (The Bible, Nehemiah 9:38).

Agreement signed on contested Sudan-South Sudan border areas