Political Risk

UN to Decide Tuesday on New Sanctions Against South Sudan

“The U.N. Security Council will decide Tuesday whether to impose sanctions on a South Sudan army chief and a former army general who is now a rebel commander for continuing to fuel conflict in the world’s newest nation, U.N. diplomats said Monday. The United States proposed imposing an arms embargo and asset freeze on Gen. Paul Malong and ex-general Johnson Olony, the diplomats said, speaking on condition of anonymity because their names have not been made public.”

Source: UN to Decide Tuesday on New Sanctions Against South Sudan – ABC News

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