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U.S. criticises president Salva Kiir, urges truce in South Sudan

U.S. criticises president Salva Kiir, urges truce in South Sudan

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Image result for U.S. criticises president Salva Kiir, urges truce in South SudanThe United States is not happy with the “man-made” famine and ongoing conflict in South Sudan.

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley is urging President Salva Kiir, to fulfill a month-old pledge of a unilateral truce.

She also condemned the deadlock among security council members, on how to deal with the civil war in the country.

The 15-member council failed last year, to get 9 votes to adopt a U.S.-drafted resolution to impose an arms embargo, and further sanctions on South Sudan.

This is despite warnings by U.N. officials of a possible genocide in the country, which descended into civil war in 2013.

 

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