Cantonment sites in South Sudan are still in deplorable condition.
According to the Ceasefire Monitoring Organization, nothing has changed at cantonment locations and training centers around the nation.
This followed visits by CTSAM-VM teams to cantonment locations and training facilities.
According to the Ceasefire Monitoring Organization, a graduation plan for the united troops has been presented to the National Transitional Committee in order to speed the process.
According to CTSAMM, the Joint Transitional Security Committee’s proposal was revealed at a technical committee meeting last week.
CTSAMM requests that the unity government hasten preparations for the graduation and deployment of united troops.
Lieutenant Gen. Asrat Denero, Chairperson of the CTSAM-VM Board of Directors, voiced worry about ongoing tensions in the Unity and Upper Nile areas during his introductory comments.
“CTSAMVM continues to carry out its mission in some very difficult settings in South Sudan.” “We are very worried by reports of ongoing hostilities between the Parties in Unity and the Upper Nile States, which are putting pressure on the peace process and endangering the lives of many innocent people,” Gen. Denero stated.
According to Gen. Asrat, the ceasefire monitoring organization would continue to probe infractions around the nation.
“Since the previous Board meeting, CTSAMVM has conducted further investigations into these instances, and a report will be submitted.” “We applaud the Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity, or RTGoNU, for forming a Committee to investigate the occurrences and de-escalate tensions,” Gen. Denero added.
CTSAMVM asks the Parties to observe and abide by the R-ARCSS permanent ceasefire and to desist from any violent and hostile activities against each other.