The Security Council passed a resolution to send 4000 peacekeepers to South Sultan

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The Security Council passed a resolution to send 4000 peacekeepers to South Sultan

2016-08-13 20:52:50 184 ℃

People on August 13, according to Kyodo news, to restore law and order in South Sudan, the United Nations Security Council 12 through the from neighboring countries to send about 4000 troops into the local United Nations peacekeeping operations (PKO) resolution. PKO will reach the maximum size of 17 thousand people. The resolution of the 11 countries in favor of the 4 countries to abstain from voting.

After the adoption of the resolution, the South Sudan permanent UN representative Akoue Bona Malawal (akuei bona Malwal) said anti symmetric "does not take into account the idea of South Sudan, contrary to (it is necessary to get the major when parties agree) PKO basic philosophy". The additional issue may also encounter difficulties.

The 4 countries are Russia, China, Egypt and Venezuela, respectively.

Decided to send troops for the mission wrote, for maintenance of Juba, the capital city and the surrounding public security and airport and other major facilities guard will take all necessary means ". It is said to be responsible for the attack on members of the PKO southern Sultan mission (UNMISS) and for the humanitarian assistance activities in addition to the public.

If it is confirmed that the South Sultan government does not cooperate, it will discuss the issue of arms embargo.

UNMISS also has Japan's self defense forces to participate in the ground. The resolution was also written to extend the UNMISS's mission to December 15th. (end)