Juba — The UN Security Council’s decision to renew an arms embargo on South Sudan is “anti-peace” and will weaken the government’s fight against rebels, a senior minister said on Friday.

The Security Council voted on Thursday in favour of extending sanctions against South Sudan until May 31 2020.

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