January 10, 2017 (JUBA) - South Sudan government now says it will not accept the deployment of regional protection forces, claiming the country’s security situation has improved.
In an interview with Sudan Tribune, the presidential advisor on security affairs, Tut Gatluak questioned whether it was still necessity to send regional protection forces.
“They were talking about security but now security situation has improved. Juba is safe and everyone is the witness. The Christmas and New Year (...)
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