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On Sudans After Oil Deal, Questions of Heglig & Proof, Pipes At 20% Capacity

By Matthew Russell Lee, Partial exclusive

UNITED NATIONS, August 7 -- Even just after a rare agreement between Sudan and South Sudan, on oil transfer fees, at the UN in New York there were clouds on the horizon, how ever small.

  Inner City Press asked UN envoy Haile Menkerios about the deal. He was pleased, but noted that there is still the question of the Heglig needing to be fixed. Most of South Sudan's oil is in Unity State and has to travel north through the pipeline at Heglig which, he said, is only operations at twenty percent capacity.

  Moments later Inner City Press asked South Sudan's ambassador Francis Nazario. He said that Sudan has to repair Heglig. He said that while Sudan claims the damage was done during South Sudan's occupation, "they have to prove that."

  A Security Council Deputy Permanent Representative told Inner City Press there are still things to be worked out.

  Sudan's Permanent Representative seems sure to come for the Security Council session about the Sudans and Abyei on August 9. South Sudan will be sending a foreign minister. Watch this site.

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