Cooperation with Asian States as Way of Implementation of the Foreign Policy Priorities of South Sudan
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The article discusses the foreign policy priorities of the Republic of South Sudan in cooperation with Asian states; it provides a comprehensive study of ways of their implementation, focuses on the interests of the countries and the possible benefits of bilateral cooperation. The purpose of the article is a comprehensive study of the implementation of foreign policy priorities of South Sudan in cooperation with Asian states.
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