Ambassador Haley Delivers Remarks at UN Security Council Briefing on South Sudan.

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WASHINGTON D.C., United States of America:

Ambassador Nikki Haley, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, delivered remarks at a UN Security Council briefing on the situation in South Sudan. She reflected on her recent trip to Juba and called for South Sudan’s leadership to take action to stop the violence and suffering of the South Sudanese people and commit to a credible peace process.

It is the government that bears the primary responsibility for the killing, raping, and torturing in South Sudan

“Every member of this Council is familiar with the horrifying statistics being produced by the violence in South Sudan. Millions of South Sudanese are facing famine and have been driven from their homes. Tens of thousands are dead. Thousands of children have been forced into conflict as child soldiers. I, too, knew these statistics before I traveled to South Sudan in October. But that knowledge did not prepare me for the suffering that I saw there.”

It is the government that bears the primary responsibility for the killing, raping, and torturing in South Sudan. And it is the government that bears the primary responsibility for ending the violence, easing the suffering, and saving future generations of South Sudanese. President Kiir said all the right things in our meeting. He made promises that he’s made before. But now things are different – and I told him so. Going forward, the United States will judge President Kiir and his government by their actions, not their words. And the actions needed are clear. There is a way to end the violence in South Sudan. As a first step, President Kiir needs to adhere to the ceasefires he has declared many times. No more promises. We need action.”

“Words are no longer sufficient. The United States is prepared to pursue additional measures against the government – or any party, for that matter – if they do not act to end the violence and ease the suffering in South Sudan.”


  • Hon. Hastin Roba

    Ambassador Haley,
    Your firm stand for peace in South Sudan not only have raised millions of hope for peace to come soon but strongly believe that through your efforts peace will really be achieved in South Sudan early next year.
    We the people of South Sudan believe that the Republican government under President Trump will help stop the current war in S. Sudan as did the Republican government under Bush Jr. brought the independence of South Sudan.

    Republicans are action oriented and have contributed immensely in global peace.

    Long live Amb. Haley
    Long live President Trump
    Peace is certain in South Sudan.

  • Juan Edith

    Ambassador Hayley is spot on right. What’s required for South Sudan to get peace is action and not talk. A lot has been said by president Kirr, IGAD, AU, TROIKA and the international community but all the talking has yielded nothing but more deaths of innocent citizens, for how long must this continue? I am tempted to think and say that the South Sudan conflict has become a money minting venture for all those who claim to be working to achieve peace. The blood of the innocent shall to their doorsteps. Amen!

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