Sudan's Bashir says wants peaceful solution for Abyei

By REUTERS
May 23, 2011 23:31

 
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KHARTOUM - North Sudan wants a peaceful solution for the disputed Abyei region seized by Khartoum, President Omar Hassan al-Bashir said on Monday.

"We are efforting to solve the remaining issues and remove tensions in Abyei and go ahead with a peaceful solution for Abyei," he said in a speech.

North Sudanese forces took control of the region disputed with the south at the weekend.

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