“We Have Identified Five Conflicts That Continue To Be Challenges For The Country.” – UNMISS
NCMP – Nicholas Haysom, the director of the UN mission in South Sudan, said during a news conference in Juba on Friday that they had identified five conflicts that remained issues for the nation.
These villages continue to assault one other, causing extensive damage and taking the lives of inundated citizens. In his remarks, he referenced the Jonglei and larger Pibor administrative areas, the upper Nile, and the conflict’s aftermath in Tambura, western Equatoria, and Warrap state.
Nicholas identified the source of violence between the Twik and Ngok Dinka and the current fight in Central Equatoria as friction between the Bor livestock ranchers and host populations.
“We have identified five conflicts or hotspots that require our ongoing and continuous attention and that continue to pose challenges for the country: the Jonglei and the greater Pibor administrative area; the upper Nile; the legacy of the conflict in Tambura in western Equatoria; the conflict in Warrap state between the Twic and Ngok Dinka; and the conflict now being experienced in central Equatoria as a result of tension between Bor cattle keepers and host communities, amo.”
He also stated that they have taken action and are continuing to do so to lessen disputes and their consequences, vowing to divulge the measures they have made about their activities in solely Jonglei state.
” We have taken action and continue to minimize and lessen the impact of all these disputes and their long-term implications. “We will disclose the procedures by solely referring to our activities in Jonglei,” he said. He also spoke about their plans to construct an administrative base in the Pibor administrative district to safeguard citizens harmed by previous hostilities.