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15-Jun-2012 00:01:54
The UN Security Council today expressed "strong concern" about the deterioration of the security and humanitarian situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo's Kivus region and condemned the killing and abuse of civilians, mostly women and children by armed groups. UNTV
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STORY: UN / DR CONGO
TRT: 1.54
SOURCE: UNTV
RESTRICTIONS: NONE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 15 JUNE 2012, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES
SHOTLIST
FILE – NEW YORK CITY

1. Wide shot, exterior United Nations Headquarters
2. Wide shot, UN Flag

15 JUNE 2012, NEW YORK CITY

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Ambassador Li Baodong, President of the Security Council for the month of June and permanent Representative of China to the United Nations:
“The members of the Security Council express strong concern about recent developments in the Kivus and deterioration of the security and humanitarian situation resulting in significant flows of displaced persons and refugees. They strongly condemn the mutiny of the officers and soldiers formerly integrated into the armed forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. They’re now operating in North Kivu Province as armed group under the name M23. They also strongly condemn the killing and abuse of civilians mostly women and children by armed groups including the Democratic Force for the Liberation of Rwanda. They further condemned all acts of sexual violence calling for all perpetrators to be brought to justice.”
4. Cutaway, journalist typing
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Ambassador Li Baodong, President of the Security Council for the month of June and permanent Representative of China to the United Nations:
“The members of the Council urge the full investigation of credible reports of outside support to armed groups. The members of the Council recall the risks related to armed trafficking and illegal exploitation of natural resources which constitute a serious threat for the regional peace and security.”
6. Cutaway, cameraman
7. Wide shot, Ambassador Li Baodong leaving stakeout area


STOYLINE:

The United Nations Security Council today in New York (15 June) condemned a mutiny of troops in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and expressed concern about the deterioration in the security and humanitarian situation.

Reading a presidential statement to the media the President of the Security Council, Chinese Ambassador Li Baodong said that the council members strongly condemned the mutiny of the officers and soldiers formerly integrated into the armed forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and now operating in North Kivu Province as armed group under the name ‘M23’.

He also said that they strongly condemned the “killing and abuse of civilians mostly women and children by armed groups including the Democra
STORYLINE
/ DR CONGO
TRT: 1.54
SOURCE: UNTV
RESTRICTIONS: NONE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 15 JUNE 2012, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES


SHOTLIST:

FILE – NEW YORK CITY

1. Wide shot, exterior United Nations Headquarters
2. Wide shot, UN Flag

15 JUNE 2012, NEW YORK CITY

3. SOUNDBITE (English) Ambassador Li Baodong, President of the Security Council for the month of June and permanent Representative of China to the United Nations:
“The members of the Security Council express strong concern about recent developments in the Kivus and deterioration of the security and humanitarian situation resulting in significant flows of displaced persons and refugees. They strongly condemn the mutiny of the officers and soldiers formerly integrated into the armed forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. They’re now operating in North Kivu Province as armed group under the name M23. They also strongly condemn the killing and abuse of civilians mostly women and children by armed groups including the Democratic Force for the Liberation of Rwanda. They further condemned all acts of sexual violence calling for all perpetrators to be brought to justice.”
4. Cutaway, journalist typing
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Ambassador Li Baodong, President of the Security Council for the month of June and permanent Representative of China to the United Nations:
“The members of the Council urge the full investigation of credible reports of outside support to armed groups. The members of the Council recall the risks related to armed trafficking and illegal exploitation of natural resources which constitute a serious threat for the regional peace and security.”
6. Cutaway, cameraman
7. Wide shot, Ambassador Li Baodong leaving stakeout area


STOYLINE:

The United Nations Security Council today in New York (15 June) condemned a mutiny of troops in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo and expressed concern about the deterioration in the security and humanitarian situation.

Reading a presidential statement to the media the President of the Security Council, Chinese Ambassador Li Baodong said that the council members strongly condemned the mutiny of the officers and soldiers formerly integrated into the armed forces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and now operating in North Kivu Province as armed group under the name ‘M23’.

He also said that they strongly condemned the “killing and abuse of civilians mostly women and children by armed groups including the Democratic Force for the Liberation of Rwanda. They further condemned all acts of sexual violence calling for all perpetrators to be brought to justice”.
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