Statement by U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice noting the agreement as “a necessary first step towards ending the conflict,” while stating that the United States does “not recognize any reservations or addendums to that agreement.”
Although the AU Commission of Inquiry report was finalized on 15 October 2014, the AU did not agree to release it until more than a year later. The Commission of Inquiry report provides a detailed assessment of the initial violations of the civil war, as well as recommendations of mechanisms to prevent a recurrence of the conflict and promote national healing and cohesiveness, as well as accountability mechanisms for gross violations of human rights and other egregious abuses.
This map shows the effective demilitarization radius of areas 10, 15, 20, and 25 kilometres from the center of Juba.
Speech by the JMEC Chairperson, former President of Botswana Festus Mogae, at the first meeting of JMEC that obtains quorum, in December 2015.
Agenda of the first meeting of JMEC to obtain quorum.
Increases the force structure of UNMISS to a ceiling of 13,000 troops and 2,001 police, while adding tasks to the mandate.
Troika expresses concern that South Sudan's leaders have not formed a new transitional government within the agreed 90-day timeline of the August peace agreement; Commends Chairman of JMEC for beginning to implement agreement by hosting JMEC's first meeting.
Discusses options for revising the end of the pre-transitional period and the start of the transitional period and the new transitional government.
Provides numbers of authorized forces in Juba, Bor, Bentiu and Malakal as per the transitional security arrangements.