#UNSC | Crisis! Armed group in Uganda abducts 37 girls in the northeast of Congo
[By Felipe Mateus Carvalho]
The Democratic Republic of Congo addressed an urgent crisis to the UN’s Security Council in its 4th session, concerning the abduction of 37 girls form the city of Kamargo.
Knowing the urgency of this problem, the delegations discussed the need to trigger the army to help in solution of the current crisis. The session was closed to the Press, but anonymous sources provided information on the matter.
As a resolution, the delegates requested the Military forces of Uganda to mobilize themselves in the city of Bunagana in order to impede the Allied Democratic Force (ADF) from crossing the border, that being a preventive measure. To help that it was also requested drones from the United Nations to track the terrorists. It was also demanded the support from the African Union’s Task Force.
The was a consensus in the Council and the requested solutions are in the following document: http://bit.ly/UNSC_Resolution1