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South Sudan, Russia, discuss diplomatic relations

JUBA, March 1st, 2023- President Salva Kiir Mayardit on Wednesday met with Russian non-residence ambassador to South Sudan, Vladlan Semivolos, to discuss bilateral relations between the two countries.

Russian Ambassador to South Sudan Vladlan Semivolos noted relations between the two countries have been developing for the benefit of both countries. The Cooperation ties cover a wide range of areas, including political dialogue, education, economics, and humanitarian sectors.

Ambassador Vladlan Semivolos added that cooperation in the education sector is stronger as the Russian government is increasing government scholarships for South Sudanese to study at top Russian universities.

Finally, Vladlan Semivolos extended President Vladimir Putin’s invitation to President Salva Kiir Mayardit to attend the 2nd Russia-Africa Summit in St. Petersburg in July this year.



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