UN Security Council warns on South Sudan peace efforts


UNITED NATIONS – The U.N. Protection Council is warning of “costs or consequences” for South Sudan’s government and opposition teams when they undermine forthcoming efforts to attain a cease-fire and employ a 2015 peace arrangement.

The council suggests in a assertion accredited by all fifteen members Thursday that “no occasion should set preconditions to participation.”

Council members strongly backed the discussion board organized by an eight-nation East African regional group to revitalize peace endeavours. It is actually expected to start during the coming week.

The world’s latest country plunged into ethnic violence in December 2013 and clashes keep on despite the peace agreement.

Like a to start with priority, the security Council calls on all parties to finish hostilities “as a sign of commitment” to your peace method.