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Despite resistance from Russia, China and African countries, United Nation Security Council (UNSC) has extended an arms embargo and sanctions on South Sudan for a year. Key Highlights Vote: A US-drafted resolution was adopted by UNSC after a vote of 10 in favour with five abstentions. As per the rule, in the 15-member council, a ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2019
Indian Army’s Lieutenant General Shailesh Tinaikar was as appointed the new force commander of UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) by UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres. About Lieutenant General Shailesh Tinaikar He is a decorated Indian Army officer who has had over 34 years of long distinguished career with Indian Armed Forces. Defence Service: In ..
Month: Current Affairs - May, 2019
Category: Defence Current Affairs
Topics: António Guterres • ieutenant General Frank Kamanzi • India and UNPKF • Lieutenant General Shailesh Tinaikar • Sena Medal • South Sudan • UN Peacekeeping Missions • UN Secretary-General • United Nations Angola Verification Mission III (UNAVM-III) • United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMISS). • UNMISS • Vishisht Seva Medal
150 Indian peacekeepers serving with the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) were honoured with medals of honour by the United Nations for their dedicated service and sacrifice. United Nations Mission in South Sudan UNMISS is working to deter violence against civilians by providing a safe and secure environment for South Sudanese people who have ..
The Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index make the following observations: Denmark is the world least corrupt country scoring 88 out of 100 points. Denmark is followed by New Zealand and Finland. Somalia has been ranked last with a score of 10 behind South Sudan and Syria. More than two-thirds of evaluated countries scored below 50 points, ..
Category: Reports & Indexes Current Affairs
Topics: Australia • Brazil • Chile • Corruption Perception Index 2018 • Cote d'Ivoire • Denmark • Estonia • Finland • Guyana • Malta • New Zealand • Senegal • Somalia • South Sudan • Syria • Transparency International • US
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has adopted Resolution 2428 (2018) to impose an arms embargo on South Sudan, almost five years after ruinous civil war was started in infant country. The resolution was drafted by United States and won minimum nine votes needed in favor to none against with 6 abstentions. Yes votes: United ..
Month: Current Affairs - July, 2018