The United States circulated a draft resolution on the fifteen members of the Security Council

Washington proposes United Nations approval to form a force to ensure peace in Juba

The United States suggested on Sunday that the UN Security Council authorizing the formation of a force of four thousand personnel to ensure peace in the southern capital Juba and the threat of an arms embargo if the interim government did not cooperate there.
And distributed US draft resolution on the fifteen members of the Security Council, seen by Reuters proposes the creation of a protection force regional "use all necessary including a strong and active participation in the direct operations when necessary steps means" to secure the Juba and protect the airport and other key installations. Protection force and would be a part of the UN peacekeeping mission in southern Sudan, known as the "UNMIS" and located there since South Sudan won independence from Sudan in 2011 and will increase the protection force commander reports to the UNMIS commander. It will be the Security Council voted to impose an arms embargo if the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon said during a month of the adoption of the draft resolution that the transitional government in southern Sudan hamper the deployment of a force protection. The heavy fighting broke out tanks and helicopters used it for several days in Juba last month between forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and Riek forces in favor of the former associate vice president, sparking fears of a return to full-scale civil war in the world's newest country. And killing hundreds of people and the United Nations said government soldiers and security forces had executed civilians, women and girls were raped en masse during and after the fighting broke out. South Sudan rejected the charges. The Intergovernmental Authority on Development for Eastern Africa (IGAD) on Friday that South Sudan has agreed to the deployment of a regional power, a key demand of Juba, Machar, who left in the wake of the violence. Kerr was appointed Since that time, a new vice-president. The draft resolution urges "Member States in the region to accelerate to contribute troops for rapid deployment to ensure the full deployment of the regional force protection as soon as possible." The draft resolution would extend the mandate of UNMIS force until 15 December. Should the UN Security Council approved a draft decision by Friday, when the UNMIS mandate ends. South Sudan and slid into civil war after the isolation of Kerr initially indicated as his deputy. The two sides signed a peace agreement in August 2015, but its implementation has been slow. And threatens the UN Security Council some 18 months ago to impose an arms embargo on South Sudan. The United States overcame the initial objections while indicated Russia and China, which oppose the imposition of an arms embargo on South Sudan's oil-producing to their willingness now to think about it.