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UNMISS nach dem Revitalized Peace Agreement 02/2019 Download (1,03 MB)
UNMISS 2018: Stabilisierung unter schwierigsten Bedingungen 03/2018 Download (984 KB)
UNMISS 2017: Stabilisierung unter schwierigsten Bedingungen 11/2017 Download (203 KB)
Quo vadi UNMISS? 11/2016 Download (173 KB)
Die Regional Protection Force: Mehr Sicherheit im Südsudan? 08/2016 Download (200 KB)
Sudan - Südsudan 07/2011 Download (243 KB)

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UN Mission in South Sudan
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Japan assesses peacekeeping prospects in South Sudan (14.10.2011)

An assessment team from the Japan Ground Self Defence Force (GDSF) surveyed Juba International Airport today, as Japan mulls over the possibility of sending personnel to support the UN peacekeeping operation in South Sudan. The team, which arrived in South Sudan on 10 October, was in the new...

South Sudan’s cabinet endorses UNMISS mandate (11.10.2011)

South Sudan’s cabinet has endorsed the new mandate of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and vowed to cooperate with the UN mission. The United Nations Security Council on 8 July in New York passed resolution number 1996 under Chapter Seven of the UN charter with effect from 9 July,...

US to assist South Sudan army in building defence capacity (10.10.2011)

The United States’ Department of Defense (DOD) has initiated a dialogue with South Sudan Armed Forces (SSAF) in order to raise its capacity as a professional army, according to South Sudanese officials.

South Sudan plans to disarm 15000 soldiers from security forces (29.09.2011)

The government of the Republic of South Sudan on Friday unveiled plan targeting 15000 soldiers to be removed from the active military and police services. UN regional coordinator for South Sudan, David Gressly, estimated in June 2011 that the SPLA had between 150,000 and 200,000 soldiers, and that...

South Sudan launches national disarmament campaign (29.09.2011)

South Sudan launched an official national Disarmament Demobilization and Reintegration strategic plan on Wednesday, days after the cabinet passed a resolution allowing the removal of 150,000 combatants from the new country’s rebel group turned national army the SPLA.

South Sudan to shut borders with the north: official (24.09.2011)

The Republic of South Sudan (RoSS) will close its borders with its northern neighbor starting next December, an official in Juba said today. Atem Garang, a leading figure in the ruling Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) said the move was in retaliation to the blockade he alleged was imposed by...

North, South Sudan sign border agreement (18.09.2011)

North and South Sudan agreed on Sunday to open 10 crossings along their common border, which has been closed for months, at the first high-level meeting since the south declared independence in July.