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As such, Council members stressed that attacks against civilians and UN premises and personnel may constitute war crimes.
They also emphasized the importance of transparent investigations into these crimes and that those involved must be held accountable and could be potentially subject to sanctions as authorized under Council resolution 2206 (2015) for actions that threaten the peace, security or stability of South Sudan.
The country marked the fifth anniversary of its independence on 9 July.
Despite the August 2015 peace agreement that formally ended the war, conflict and instability has spread to previously unaffected areas in the Greater Equatoria and Greater Bahr-El-Ghazal regions.
̴[They must also] prevent the spread of violence to other parts of the country; guarantee the safety and security of civilians, United Nations and other personnel; and genuinely commit themselves to the full implementation of the peace agreement,” he stated.
Earlier this morning, UNMISS expressed outrage at the resumption of violence in Juba, which it said was severely impacting the civilian population.
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“The members of the Security Council encouraged States in the region to prepare to provide additional troops in the event the Council so decides.In a press statement, the Mission reported that heavy fighting in Juba town, including in close proximity to the UNMISS compounds at UN House Jebel and Tomping, had prompted approximately 1,000 internally displaced people to flee from the UNMISS protection of civilians site (Po C) 1 into the UNMISS compound at UN House Jebel.[Civilian protection sites have been up and running in various parts of South Sudan for the past two years and according to its most most recent update, UNMISS estimates that the number of civilians seeking safety in the six sites located on UNMISS bases is 169,418.] The heavy fighting downtown Juba had forced hundreds of civilians to seek protection at UNMISS' Tomping base, the statement went on to say and added: “The United Nations is gravely concerned about reports that armed forces have prevented civilians from seeking protection.” Both UNMISS compounds in Juba sustained impacts from small arms and heavy weapons fire, the Mission reported.They also deplored that separately, UN and diplomatic officials have been targeted, as the world's youngest country on Saturday marked the fifth anniversary of its independence.“The members of the Council condemned in the strongest terms all attacks and provocations against civilians and the United Nations.
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The UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) yesterday expressed its “deep alarm” at the renewed violence and called on all parties to respect humanitarian principles and provide unrestricted access to civilians in need.