Eastern protests erupt to halt crude imports into Sudan and exports from South Sudan

Issue 447 - 08 Oct 2021 - By James Gavin

Protestors succeeded in blocking the shipment of crude through Port Sudan – critical to the oil industry in South Sudan, as well as to Khartoum’s income flows – in late September, underscoring the continued instability wrought by an incomplete regional peace agreement that has left key eastern tribes excluded, write Nazik Shammam in Khartoum and James Gavin.

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