(UNMISS) – The commander of a division of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army in Jonglei says he wants to see an end to the use of child soldiers so that South Sudan can be removed from an official United Nations register of armies using children as fighters. Speaking during a workshop organized by the child protection team from the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), Major General Dau Aturjog said the SPLA was committed to respecting international and humanitarian laws and therefore wanted to stop the recruitment and use of child soldiers in the conflict.