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South Sudan
2009/09/27

The Republic of South Sudan is situated in northeastern Africa, with an area of 620,000 km2. It has a population of 11.56 million. Most of the people believe in traditional indigenous religions, and around 35% of the people believe in Islam or Christianity. The official language of South Sudan is English, and the capital city of the country is Juba. The current President of South Sudan is Salva Kiir Mayardit.

China and South Sudan established diplomatic relations on July 9th, 2011, the every day when South Sudan achieved independence, and the two countries have maintained friendly relations. In 2012, President Kill paid a state visit to China. In 2014, the two-way trade between the two counties was about US$4.4 billion.

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