UNITED NATIONS – The Security Council has extended a charge of a U.N. peacekeeping goal in South Sudan by a opinion of 14-0 with Russia abstaining to criticism a resolution’s disaster to acquire September’s assent agreement.
Russia’s emissary U.N. envoy Dmitry Polyansky clearly directed Moscow’s annoy during a United States, among others.
He remarkable “progress” given a agreement was signed, citing “a estimable dump in a turn of assault recorded” and a series of tellurian rights violations.
But U.S. emissary envoy Jonathan Cohen pronounced after Friday’s opinion that a Trump administration “remains deeply endangered by a miss of domestic joining from parties during a inhabitant turn to entirely exercise all beliefs of a agreement.”
He remarkable a disaster of prior assent agreements, and pronounced a U.S. wants to see movement on implementation.