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18 Feb 2015
Threat to shut down UN radio operation in South Sudan causes concern
A threat to shut down the United Nations radio operation in South Sudan has caused concern for the UN Mission in the country (UNMISS).
The threat has reportedly been made by the Minister of Information and Broadcasting after Radio Miraya aired an interview with an exiled politician.
UN Spokesperson Stéphane Dujarric says the head of UNMISS, Ellen Margrethe Løj has met with the Minister following his remarks.
“Ms. Loj received assurances from the Minister that Radio Miraya broadcasts will continue according to UNMISS’ mandate and as stipulated in the Status of Forces Agreement signed between the UN and the Government of South Sudan.” (13″)
Mandate of UN mission in Guinea-Bissau extended for one year
The Security Council on Wednesday extended the mandate of the UN Integrated Peace-Building Office in Guinea-Bissau, known as UNIOGBIS, for one year.
UNIOGBIS is helping the West African country to strengthen democratic institutions following presidential elections in 2014.
Guinea Bissau suffered from political instability since independence from Portugal in 1973, including a military coup in 2012.
Warring parties in Myanmar urged to ensure safety of aid workers
Warring parties in Myanmar’s Kokang self-administered zone have been urged to ensure the safety and security of humanitarian workers.
The appeal has been made by the UN Humanitarian Coordinator in the country, Renata Desalliens following an attack on Tuesday on a convoy of the Myanmar Red Cross Society which was carrying civilians.
Ms Desalliens expressed her concern at the reports of thousands of people displaced by fighting between the Government of Myanmar Army and Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army and other armed groups in the Kokang self-administered zone.
Stephanie Castro, United Nations.