Resolution 2187 (South Sudan) S/RES/2187

25 November 2014

On 25 November 2014 the UN Security Council unanimously adopted Resolution 2187 on the situation in South Sudan. Resolution 2187 extends the mandate of the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) for an additional year and notes that theĀ “…the Government of South Sudan bears the primary responsibility to protect civilians within its territory and subject to its jurisdiction, including from potential crimes against humanity and war crimes.” In addition, in response to reports of widespread sexual violence, the resolution specifically calls for the deployment of additional women in the military, police and civilian components of UNMISS.

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