Eritrea Denies Involvement in Border Conflict Between Sudan, Ethiopia

Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki made an impression on Sudanese Prime Minister Abdallah Hamdok, certifying that his nation isn’t associated with the progressing line strife among Sudan and Ethiopia. 

In his message, the Eritrean President additionally focused on the profundity of relations between the two nations and the need to reinforce and create them. 

He likewise voiced worry over the boundary contest, focusing on that his nation underpins Sudan’s entitlement to broaden its sway over its territories. 

A week ago, Ethiopia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs gave an assertion saying that Ethiopia “unequivocally accepts that the contention being trumpeted by the Sudanese government’s military wing could just serve the interests of an outsider to the detriment of the Sudanese public.” 

This was an indicate Eritrea, as uncovered by Sudanese media. 

Accordingly, the Sudanese Foreign Ministry depicted the Ethiopian proclamation as a “disloyalty to the historical backdrop of Ethiopia’s relations with Sudan and a forswearing to the common relations between individuals of the two nations.” 

In another specific situation, Ethiopian Foreign Minister Gedu Andargachew encouraged the Ethiopian refuge searchers in Sudan to get back to Ethiopia. 

The Ethiopian FM said that a few outcasts in the Sudanese camps carried out wrongdoings, to which they will be arraigned.

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