Warning For South Sudan To Stop Voilating Ceasefire Agreement


The US, UK and Norway have called on all parties in the conflict in South Sudan to stop violating a ceasefire.

They said field commanders and their political leaders would be held accountable for breaking the agreement and impeding humanitarian access.

At least five violations have been recorded since the ceasefire came into effect on Christmas Eve.

This is the latest attempt to stop the conflict, which is now in its fifth year.

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