The United Nations refugee agency is worried about 60 thousand people have fled the conflict in southern Sultan

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The United Nations refugee agency is worried about 60 thousand people have fled the conflict in southern Sultan

2016-08-03 06:36:49 225 ℃

Xinhua news agency, Geneva, August 2 (reporter Nie Xiaoyang Shi Jianguo) 2, the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees expressed concern about the violent conflict in southern Sultan. South Sultan recently violent conflict has led to 60 thousand people fled to neighboring countries.

Rather in the 6 million South Sudanese displaced persons, 5.2 million people fled to Uganda, 7000 people have fled to Sudan, and another 1000 people wandered to Kenya, as it a UNHCR spokesman Melissa Fleming that day in Geneva at the press conference. It is reported that some armed gangs to burning and looting, and forcibly recruited men as militants.

Fleming called on all parties to respect the rights of the people of the South Sultan conflict, to ensure the safety of innocent people. United Nations refugee agency data show that southern Sultan has become the world's most severely displaced by conflict in the world one of the countries.

In recent years, the situation in southern Sultan has been more turbulent. In July 2013, President Meshal released Kiel vice president positions, triggered factions feud. In the United Nations mediation, in April this year, the two sides jointly participate in the formation of the transitional government of national unity, Meshal served as the first vice president. In early July, the two military forces in the south of Sultan capital Juba renewed conflict. On the 25th, Kiel issued a presidential decree, announced the lifting of the office of the first vice president of Marshall, by former mining minister Tapan Don cover as first vice president.