The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) will most likely visit South Sudan next week to convince President Salva Kiir to accept the deployment of a regional force, according to diplomats.
The proposed visit is scheduled to take place from 2-7 September 2016.
The council endorsed on 12 August the deployment of 4000 additional soldiers belonging to the UN to maintain security in Juba and to deter attacks targeted at UN bases.
Nearly 200,000 people fled their original villages fleeing civil war and are sheltered at six camps established by UN in various parts of the country.
However South Sudan government rejects deployment of the force saying that it will violate its sovereignty as an independent state.
UNSC reacted by saying “It will ban arms from South Sudan in case they rejected deployment of the regional force.”