3 April 2014 - Consequences of the South Sudan conflict were still tearing the country apart, Special Representative of the Secretary General (SRSG) Hilde F. Johnson said in Juba today.
“The situation here in Juba seems calm now, but it is far from normal,” said Ms. Johnson. “We are far from a political solution to the conflict.”
“Although significantly improved, we have yet to see normal relations between the government and the United Nations,” she said. We are also far from a sustainable solution for people seeking protection in the UN compounds.”