China and South Sudan sign collaboration agreement

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Chinese and South Sudanese party signing the agreement

China has signed some agreements with South Sudan in Juba, the capital of South Sudan.

The signed agreement will enable Chinese companies to establish the drilling of 47 boreholes in South Sudan.

The Chinese Ambassador of South Sudan, Hua Ning said that the agreement will make clean water available to everyone in the country and save lives.

The major concern of the Chinese government and Embassy is to ensure South Sudanese people have access to clean water.

Millions have died due to lack of sanitation and insufficient access to clean drinking water.

China has been of great help to South Sudan since 2013.

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