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Reuters/Reuters - U.S. special envoy for Sudan Princeton Lymanattends a meeting with Sudan'sForeign Minister Ali Karti in Khartoum April 6, 2011. REUTERS/MohamedNureldin Abdallah

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - China needs to move beyond a narrow focus on oilissues in South Sudan and help tackle that country's larger political disputeswith Sudan, the outgoing U.S.special envoy to the two African states said on Wednesday.

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Ambassador Princeton Lyman said he hadworked closely with Chinese officials for more than two years, during whichtime South Sudan seceded from Sudanin 2011 to become the world's newest nation.

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China is Sudan's biggest ally and is thelargest investor in the oil industry there and in South Sudan - a position thatWestern diplomats say gives Beijing the best chance of defusing tension betweenKhartoum and Juba over sharing oil wealth and ending violence on both sides oftheir common border.

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But Lyman said the disputes, which haveshut down landlocked South Sudan's oil output,underscore the limits of staying aloof from political problems.

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"They have weighed in verysignificantly on the oil issue. But what Chinadoesn't like to do is to get involved in some of the underlying politicalproblems that are keeping the oil from flowing," he told reporters in Washington.

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"Without that stability and (with) thedanger of conflict on the border, the chances of having a long-term productiveoil sector is threatened, so they can't just concentrate on the oil and justpretend that the other things aren't bearing on it," he said.

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Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman HongLei, asked about Lyman's remarks, said Chinahad consistently played an important role in promoting dialogue between the twoSudans.

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"China'scontributions have been well received by Sudan,South Sudan, African countries and regionalbodies. We will continue to work with the international community for peacebetween the Sudans,stability and development, and play a proactive, constructive role," hetold reporters in Beijing.

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China haslong held up as its foreign policy mantra non-interference in countries'internal affairs, a principle it first enunciated in 1954 - long before it wasan economic power with interests around the globe.

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(Reporting by Paul Eckert; Additionalreporting by Ben Blanchard in BEIJING;Editing by Cynthia Osterman and Robert Birsel)

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