Security Council - Sudan and South Sudan
Tuesday, 10 July 2012
The Security Council met today to discuss the latest reports of the Secretary-General on the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (S/2012/486).
This report expresses concerns about the deteriorating relationship with the Sudan, an outbreak of hostilities on the South Sudan-Sudan border, and the economic impact of the shutdown of oil production dominated political developments and hampered progress in the Government’s state-building and reform agenda. It also highlighted positives including the convening of the National Liberation Council of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), as well as the launching of a civilian disarmament process and a parallel peace process in Jonglei State, and a peace conference between the Acholi and Madi in Eastern Equatoria State.
UN Resources on Sudan & South Sudan
- Secretary-General reports
- Security Council resolutions
- Meeting records
- Letters from the SG to the Security Council
- UN Mission in Sudan (UNMIS)
- UN Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS)
- United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei
- What’s in Blue Insights on Sudan/South Sudan
*Photo - Council Discusses Sudan and South Sudan Referendum (January 2011) UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe