UN World Food Program suspends operations in South Sudan

United Nations (UN) Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said at the daily press conference that an attack was carried out on the UN World Food Program (WFP) aid convoy on 23 May.

Sharing the information that the attack was carried out by a motorcycle group, Dujarric stated that as a result of the attack, 5 aid trucks carrying 100 kinds of food products were looted in front of the UN campus in South Sudan.

Noting that 7 tons of food was looted as a result of the attack, Dujarric stated that WFP was attacked for the third time this year.

“WFP is left with no choice but to suspend operations in this region,” Dujarric said. said.

Emphasizing that the situation in question will affect more than 1 million people, Dujarric said it is estimated that 76 percent of South Sudan’s population will need humanitarian aid this year.

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