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Peace monitors welcome S. Sudan approval for regional force

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November 26, 2016 (JUBA) - Joint Monitor ping and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) has welcome swift approval for deployment of United Nations Security Council authorized forces.

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JMEC Chairman, Festus Mogae, briefs the UN Security Council, on the implementation of the peace agreement on 31 March 2016 (ST Photo)

"The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission welcomes the decision taken today (Saturday) by the Council of Ministers of the Transitional Government of National Unity (TGoNU) on the issue of the deployment of the Regional Protection Force (RPF) pursuant to United Nations Security Council resolution 2304 (2016)," JMEC said in a statement on Saturday.

UN Security Council approved deployment of 4,000 troops for Juba, the South Sudanese capital in August. The government of President Salva Kiir has been hesitant to accept the arrival of the regional forces.

On Friday, the government decided swift deployment of the strong UN troopers to join 12,000 blue helmet forces already serving in the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS).

Cabinet Affairs Minister Martin Elia Lomuro Minister communicated government approval to JMEC on Saturday. UNMISS, a move Peace Monitor applauded.

"Minister Lomuro stated that all outstanding issues related to the deployment had been resolved with the United Nations and that deployment of the RPF could commence with immediate effect," JMEC added.

"The decision to move forward with immediate deployment of the RPF is critical to providing a secure and safe environment in Juba and creating an enabling environment for the implementation of the peace agreement," the peace monitors said.

(ST)

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  • 27 November 2016 06:28, by Augustino

    Well done job

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  • 27 November 2016 11:22, by Lumaria

    @Festus Mogae has created buzzard Company in cheapest process
    prove me right, if you Google JMEC+Festus Mogae=Bloodstream.
    how can you allowed dying dog to be a peace mediator.

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  • 27 November 2016 13:51, by Work force

    Festus Mogae and the team you really have nothing to do than enjoying bloody money for innocent civilians who were killed in July in Juba this time the first bullets will be yours.

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  • 28 November 2016 14:20, by Lino pitia

    chairman of JMEC is now convinced,problem in south Sudan is not only lack of strong leadership but also lack of nationalism and patriotism in South Sudanese.

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  • 28 November 2016 14:34, by Lino pitia

    Deployment of regional forces is prolonging of war in the nation.This is going to be another organization which will break up communities ties and cohesiveness leading to formation of multiple tribal base militias.An environment which is threatening distinct species in South Sudan.

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