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    Sudanese Forces to Withdraw From Abyei Region as Ethiopian Troops Move in
    Northern and Southern Sudan agreed to withdraw their forces from the disputed border region of Abyei, while Ethiopian peacekeepers will deploy in the area, former South African President Thabo Mbeki said. The Ethiopian forces will take over peacekeeping in Abyei once a United Nations mandate is agreed, Mbeki told reporters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital, today. “The agreement provides for demilitarization of Abyei, so the Sudan forces that are there will pull out and be redeployed out of Abyei, as well as any other military force,” said Mbeki, who negotiated the agreement as head of the African Union’s High-Level Implementation Panel on Sudan.

    This is good news in many ways: It is good for the people of Sudan both in the North and South and good for Ethiopia's security challenges!The mad man in Eritrea will have one less backdoor to come-in and create havoc in Ethiopia!

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