South Sudan : strong refusal of all western interference in the country’s internal and sovereign affairs

South Sudan president, SalvaKiir © RR

Casablanca (ADV with agencies) – A diplomatic row has erupted between South Sudan and four Western countries after foreign envoys recently criticized the state of affairs in the east African nation.

A senior official at South Sudan’s Foreign Ministry on Tuesday is alarmed with the United States, Britain, Norway and France interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign state after the Western powers recently condemned the extension of President SalvaKiir’s term.

“Foreign governments or representatives of foreign governments have no right to criticize the parliament and even to advice our president to reject the decision of our parliament,” Baak Valentino Wol, undersecretary at South Sudan’s Foreign Ministry, told reporters in Juba.

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