2014-01-05T075505Z_2_CBREA040GSW00_RTROPTP_2_ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS-KERRY

Kerry says South Sudan peace talks 'must be serious'

U.S. Secretary of State Kerry gives a statement to the press after the meeting with Palestinian President Abbas in RamallahSecretary of State John Kerry voiced support for direct South Sudanese peace talks set to begin on Sunday and cautioned against any use of force to try to gain the upper hand. The government of South Sudan and representatives of rebel forces met on Saturday evening in Ethiopia for the formal inauguration of peace talks, part of the diplomatic effort to halt weeks of fighting in the young nation. They cannot be a delay gimmick in order to continue the fighting and try to find advantage on the ground at the expense of the people of South Sudan,” Kerry told reporters during a visit to Israel. President Salva Kiir accused his former vice president, Riek Machar, of leading an attempted coup.

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