UN Security Council Briefing by Martha Ama Akyaa Pobee. “There have been significant steps towards dialogue in the context of continued improvement in the relationship between the Sudan and South Sudan.” A new conflict emerging between the Ngok Dinka and Twic Dinka communities in southern Abyei.

NEW YORK OCTOBER 31: UN Security Council Briefing by Martha Ama Akyaa Pobee, Assistant Secretary-General for Africa in the Departments of Political and Peacebuilding Affairs and Peace Operations (DPPA-DPO), on the situation in Abyei.

“While progress has yet to materialize in the form of improvements in the lives and rights of the people of Abyei, there have been significant steps towards dialogue in the context of continued improvement in the relationship between the Sudan and South Sudan.”

“The year 2022 has seen a new conflict emerging between the Ngok Dinka and Twic Dinka communities in southern Abyei. Since the outbreak of clashes in February, much of the inter-communal violence witnessed in Abyei has been related to this conflict, with loss of life on both sides and the displacement of thousands of civilians.”

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