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... strongly condemns the unlawful denial of humanitarian access and depriving civilians, particularly children, of objects indispensable to their survival, including willfully impeding relief supplies;

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[pp. 3] Noting the devastating impact on civilians of ongoing armed conflict and related violence, and emphasising with deep concern that ongoing armed conflicts and violence have devastating humanitarian consequences, often hindering an effective humanitarian response, and are therefore a major cause of the current risk of famine, [op. 6] Strongly condemns the unlawful denial of humanitarian access and depriving civilians of objects indispensable to their survival, including wilfully impeding relief supply and access for responses to conflict-induced food insecurity in situations of armed conflict, which may constitute a violation of international humanitarian law;

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[pp. 16] Strongly condemning all human rights violations and abuses and violations of international humanitarian law, including those involving ... attacks on ... United Nations and associated personnel, and humanitarian personnel, by all parties, including armed groups and national security forces, as well as the incitement to commit such abuses and violations, further condemning harassment, targeting and censorship of ... humanitarian personnel ... [op. 23] Condemns in the strongest terms attacks on and looting of humanitarian aid, including food and medicine, and premises, including hospitals and medical facilities and warehouses, ...

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Gravely distressed by the continued deterioration of the devastating humanitarian situation in [affected country], expressing serious concern at all instances of hindrances to the effective delivery of humanitarian assistance, including limitations on the delivery of vital goods to the civilian population of [affected country],

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Reiterating its deep disturbance at the lack of United Nations humanitarian access to besieged populations in recent months, expressing grave alarm at the dire situation of the [X] civilians trapped in besieged areas in [affected country], especially [specific areas], and reaffirming that sieges directed against civilian populations in [affected country] are a violation of international humanitarian law, and calling for the immediate lifting of all sieges,

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Reiterating further its grave concern at the continuing and growing impediments to the delivery of humanitarian assistance across conflict lines ...

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... expressing concern for the plight of civilians trapped in enclaves with limited access to humanitarian assistance,

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Expressing serious concern at the ongoing difficulties in delivering humanitarian aid in [affected country], and condemning in the strongest terms any party obstructing the delivery of humanitarian assistance, as well as the misappropriation or diversion of any humanitarian funds or supplies,

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Expresses grave concern at the ongoing humanitarian crisis and risk of famine in [affected country] and its impact on the people of [affected country], commends the efforts of the United Nations humanitarian agencies and other humanitarian actors to deliver life-saving assistance to vulnerable populations, condemns the increase in attacks against humanitarian workers ...

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Expressing further concern at increased impediments to humanitarian access in [area of affected country] resulting from insecurity and violence, as well as continued attacks against humanitarian actors and assets, ...

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... expressing concern ... that [Government of affected country] continues to restrict humanitarian access to conflict areas where vulnerable civilian populations reside ...

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Expresses serious concern at the deteriorating humanitarian situation in [region of affected country], and at the threats to and attacks on humanitarian personnel and facilities; expresses concern that access to some conflict areas where vulnerable populations reside remains restricted and that some conflict areas are inaccessible, including [specific areas], due to insecurity, acts of criminality and movement restrictions by Government forces, armed movements and militia groups; welcomes that humanitarian organizations are able to deliver some aid to most people in need of assistance in [region of affected country]; deplores the continued restrictions on humanitarian access in [region of affected country] resulting from increased insecurity, attacks against humanitarian workers, denial of access by the parties to the conflict and bureaucratic impediments imposed by [Government of affected country] and that such impediments, among other reasons including financial and operational issues, have caused some international humanitarian actors and United Nations staff to leave [affected country]; further expresses concern over the insufficient availability of funding for humanitarian actors; stresses the need for the timely issuing of visas and travel permits for humanitarian organizations; ...

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Remaining seriously concerned over the significant ongoing food and humanitarian crisis in [affected country], and over the insecurity which hinders humanitarian access, exacerbated by the presence of armed groups, terrorist and criminal networks, and their activities, the presence of landmines, as well as the continued illicit proliferation of weapons from within and outside the region that threatens the peace, security, and stability of States in this region, and condemning attacks against humanitarian personnel,

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[pp. 8] Expressing deep concern over the large-scale displacement of persons and deepening humanitarian crisis, noting the finding in the final report of [Panel of Experts established by the Security Council to assist the relevant Security Council sanctions Committee in monitoring the implementation of the Security Council sanctions regime in relation to the situation in affected country], that obstruction of humanitarian access is widespread and that parts of numerous states of [affected country] are entirely blocked from humanitarian relief, stressing the responsibility borne by all parties to the conflict for the suffering of the people of [affected country], ... [pp. 9] ... condemning all attacks against humanitarian personnel and facilities and recalling that attacks against humanitarian personnel and depriving civilians of objects indispensable to their survival may amount to violations of international humanitarian law,

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Underscoring the importance of humanitarian aid operations and condemning all acts or threats of violence against United Nations staff and humanitarian actors and any politicization of humanitarian assistance by [armed group] and associated groups, or individuals,

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... stressing the ... necessity of ensuring that the basic needs of the population are met, and commending United Nations humanitarian agencies, partners, and donors for their efforts to provide urgent and coordinated support to the population,

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Expressing concern at the continuing threats posed by the illicit transfer, destabilizing accumulation and misuse of small arms and light weapons ... to the safety and security of humanitarian workers and their effective provision of humanitarian assistance

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Condemning the multiple violations of international humanitarian law and the widespread human rights violations and abuses, including those involving ..., denial of humanitarian access, deliberate attacks against national and international personnel of humanitarian organisations, United Nations personnel and its associated personnel, and humanitarian assets, including supplies, facilities and transports committed by both former [armed group] elements and militia groups, in particular the [specific militia]

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Notes with concern the continued high incidence of attacks against humanitarian and development workers, including attacks on health-care workers, and medical transports and facilities, condemns these attacks in the strongest terms, emphasizing that the attacks impede efforts to aid the people of [affected country] ...

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Expressing deep concern at the continuing and new impediments to the delivery of humanitarian assistance across borders and across conflict lines ...

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Further expressing concern that the suspension of operations or the withdrawal of some international humanitarian actors have left significant gaps in the delivery of humanitarian assistance ...

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Deeply disturbed by the continued, arbitrary and unjustified withholding of consent to relief operations and the persistence of conditions that impede the delivery of humanitarian supplies to destinations within [affected country], in particular to besieged and hard-to-reach areas, and noting the United Nations Secretary-General’s view that arbitrarily withholding consent for the opening of all relevant border crossings is a violation of international humanitarian law and an act of non-compliance with [Security Council resolution]

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Expressing its regret that its Presidential Statement of [date and reference] has not delivered as expected and has not yet translated into meaningful progress on the ground, and that humanitarian aid delivery continues to be impeded throughout [affected country], while condemning all cases of denial of humanitarian access and recalling that arbitrary denial of humanitarian access and depriving civilians of objects indispensable to their survival, including wilfully impeding relief supply and access, can constitute a violation of international humanitarian law

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Expressing deep concern at the increased violence and insecurity in some parts of [affected area] in recent months, including notably the escalation in inter-tribal fighting, expressing deep concern that such clashes continue to restrict humanitarian access to conflict areas where vulnerable civilian populations reside ...

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Reiterating its serious concern at the worsening humanitarian situation in the [affected country], strongly condemning the repeated attacks on UN staff and humanitarian personnel, goods, assets and premises and the looting of humanitarian aid which have resulted in obstructing the delivery of humanitarian aid

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