Sudan and South Sudan elaborate upon the initial agreements made during two-weeks talks to end hostilities between the two nations early September.
Sudan's President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and counterpart Salva Kiir gather on neutral ground to discuss a border security deal to facilitate oil exports and boost both countries' economies.
According to diplomats, the primary goal of the talks is to establish a demilitarised border buffer zone between the two sides which would allow southern oil exports to resume.
The talks follow a September 22 deadline by the UN Security Council according to which the two sides must agree to a broader framework agreement and make significant steps towards peace.
"We appreciate the strong efforts the parties have made towards the outstanding issues [...] And the summit is necessary to close this deal", Endre Stiansen, Norway's Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan said on the summit.
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