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China’s Hu calls for Sudans to exercise restraint

Michael Martina and Ben Blanchard, Reuters
April 24, 2012
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Chinese President Hu Jintao called for restraint from the two Sudans on Tuesday after South Sudan President Salva Kiir told Hu that his country's larger northern neighbour had declared war on the newly-independent state.
 
Hu "stated that he very much hoped that both Sudans would proceed from the broader considerations of the fundamental interests of both countries' people and regional peace and stability and adhere to choosing peace, respecting each others' sovereignty and exercising calm and restraint," state television said.
 
He urged both sides to settle their disputes through peaceful negotiations and give and take, it added.
 
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