Russia: S. Sudan must punish those who downed UN helicopter

By REUTERS
December 22, 2012 13:39

 
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MOSCOW - Russia on Saturday called on South Sudan to punish those responsible for shooting down a United Nations helicopter, killing its four Russian crew, and take steps to ensure such incidents do not happen again.

A Russian Foreign Ministry statement named the victims and said the "tragic occurrence" in the African nation on Friday underscored the need to provide security for UN peacekeeping missions.

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