Sudan, Ethiopia Fail to Resolve Simmering Border Conflict

Sudan and Ethiopia have failed to resolve a simmering border conflict in what may be a prolonged dispute where their common boundary should pass.

On January 13, the Sudan Border Commission announced that Addis Ababa was adamant on maintaining the status quo, in contradiction to Khartoum’s call for all parties to comply with the 1972 border agreement.

The head of the Sudan’s Border Commission Muaz Tango said: “We have always been told in every round of negotiations that the encroachments are out of…

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