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Govt assessing S Sudan situation - ministerPublish Date: Dec 18, 2013
Govt assessing S Sudan situation - minister
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A handout photo released by the UNMISS shows a soldier walking by shelters set by civilians inside the UNMISS compound adjacent to Juba airport on December 17, 2013

By Vision Reporter

“We are assessing the situation in our neighbouring sister country, South Sudan,” the minister for national guidance Rose Namayanja has said in a statement.
The minister also said there were conflicting reports about the number of causalities of Ugandan origin affected by the unrest in South Sudan, but the government was “consulting authorities in South Sudan to officially ascertain if there are any casualties of Ugandan nationals arising from the war-situation in the country”. 
She also offered safety guidelines to Ugandan nationals in South Sudan
Here is the full statement    

Security of Ugandans in Sudan

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