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Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta flew to Juba on Thursday December 26, for talks with South Sudanese President Salva Kiir.
The visit comes amid ongoing efforts by regional powers to bring a halt to the nearly two weeks of unrest in the world’s youngest nation.
Envoys from both Ethiopia and Kenya were already involved in mediation efforts last week, when their respective foreign ministers were part of a regional delegation that went to Juba.
Several thousand people are now believed to have been killed in a week-and-a-half of fighting in South Sudan that has pitted troops loyal to Kiir against those backing his rival Riek Machar, a former vice president who was sacked in July this year.
The unrest has taken on an ethnic dimension, pitting Kiir’s Dinka tribe against Machar’s Nuer.
The UN Security Council voted Tuesday December 24, to send nearly 6,000 extra soldiers and police to South Sudan, nearly doubling the UNMISS force to 12,500 troops and 1,323 civilian police.
South Sudan gained independence in July 2011 after a bloody decades-long struggle for independence from Sudan.