'S. Sudan may discuss establishing relations with Israel'

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January 10, 2011 19:37

 
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The head of the diplomatic mission of South Sudan to the EU, Francis Nazario, said that with the establishment of a new state, the government will discuss establishing relations with Israel.

Nazario told Israel Radio that his state sought to maintain friendly relations with all countries of the world.

He stressed that South Sudan will adopt an African foreign policy that is disconnected from Arab foreign policy.

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