A wide view of members of the Security Council during a meeting on January 6. (Courtesy)
A wide view of members of the Security Council during a meeting on January 6. (Courtesy)

The resolution will renew the mandate of UNMISS until Dec. 15. It requests the Secretary-General to review the mandate within 45 days of the resolution’s adoption and provide “an assessment and recommendations, including resource requirements, for necessary civilian and force structure capabilities for UNMISS deployment and requirements in the context of implementation of the Agreement and to fulfill the mandate.”

UN Security Council
UN Security Council
The adjustments were made in line with recommendations proposed in the High-Level Implementation Panel on Peace Operations report in June 2015.

To support the implementation of the peace agreement, the resolution stated that UNMISS will support the planning and establishment of agreed transitional security arrangements.

Moreover, the resolution said that UNMISS will assist the parties with disarmament, demobilization and reintegration activities, as well as with security sector reform.

The 15-nation council adopted the resolution with 13 votes in favor and two abstaining.

UNMISS was established by the council on July 9, 2011, the day when South Sudan became an independent country after decades of civil war between the north and south of Sudan, which ended in 2005 with the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement. Enditem

Source: Xinhua

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