SOUTH SUDAN / KUAJOK EXECUTIVE RETREAT

21-Jul-2021 00:03:28
With implementation of the provisions contained within the Revitalized Peace Agreement lagging far behind established benchmarks, South Sudan, the world’s newest nation, is at a turning point as it celebrates its 10th anniversary of independence. UNMISS
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STORY: SOUTH SUDAN / KUAJOK EXECUTIVE RETREAT
TRT: 3:28
SOURCE: UNMISS
RESTRICTIONS: NONE
LANGUAGES: ENGLISH /NATS

DATELINE: 15 JULY 202I, KUAJOK, SOUTH SUDAN
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1.Wide shot, statue of Dr. Garang
2.Med shot, Dr. Garang statue
3.Wide shot, delegates walking
4.Wide shot, guest seated in the hall
5.Med shot, delegates listening
6. Close up, delegates seated
7.Med shot, Governor Aleu and Mukangarambe, seated
8.Close up: Mukangarambe
9.SOUNDBITE (English) Anastasie Mukangarambe, Head of Field Office, UNMISS Kuajok:
“This retreat is very important because currently we have a government of national unity which brings on board different political parties and it is very important that each minister, each adviser, each county commissioner, each chairperson of the commission understand that they all have one mandate, which is the implementation of the Revitalized Peace Agreement.”
10. Wide shot, delegates in the hall
11.Close up, delegates writing
12.Close up, delegates writing
13.Med shot, delegate reading
14.Tilt up, delegate writing
15. Med shot, Governor seated
16.Close up, Governor listening
17.SOUNDBITE (English} General Aleu Ayieny Aleu, Governor of Warrap State:
“This retreat is very important for the government of Warrap state and the people of Warrap state, because it is giving them a chance, especially as partners to the Agreement to be together and address issues that usually can sometimes cause misunderstanding and conflict. Now, in this retreat, we are lucky that we have consultants who are well-experienced, especially from IGAD, AU, the UN, people with vast experience in other countries who have witnessed the kind of system we have [here in South Sudan] elsewhere. They have just come here to help us form a team, a working team that can deliver services to the people. Our people need to be guided, and that guidance needs leadership that is cohesive.”
18.Various shots, meeting in progress
STORYLINE
With implementation of the provisions contained within the Revitalized Peace Agreement lagging far behind established benchmarks, South Sudan, the world’s newest nation, is at a turning point as it celebrates its 10th anniversary of independence.

Since peace processes cannot be sustained or deemed successful without being owned by the South Sudanese themselves, UNMISS, in collaboration with national, international and regional partners, has begun engaging at all levels of the country’s socio-political framework to breathe new life and vigour into the quest for durable peace.

SOUNDBITE (English) Anastasie Mukangarambe, Head of Field Office, UNMISS Kuajok:
“This retreat is very important because currently we have a government of national unity which brings on board different political parties and it is very important that each minister, each adviser, each county commissioner, each chairperson of the commissions understand that they all have one mandate, which is the implementation of the Revitalized Peace Agreement.”

Governor of Warrap State, General Aleu Ayieny Aleu praised the guidance provided to South Sudanese by their partners from IGAD, UN and AU.

SOUNDBITE (English) General Aleu Ayieny Aleu, Governor of Warrap State:
“This retreat is very important for the government of Warrap state and the people of Warrap state, because it is giving them a chance, especially as partners to the Agreement to be together and address issues that usually can sometimes cause misunderstanding and conflict. Now, in this retreat, we are lucky that we have consultants who are well-experienced, especially from IGAD, AU, the UN, people with vast experience in other countries who have witnessed the kind of system we have [here in South Sudan] elsewhere. They have just come here to help us form a team, a working team that can deliver services to the people. Our people need to be guided, and that guidance needs leadership that is cohesive.”

The agenda for this executive retreat covered many issues related to the successful implementation of the Peace Agreement, including security conditions, the role and mandate of UNMISS and risks that threaten momentum in achieving sustainable peace.
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