A crisis escalating after summoning the ambassador .. Sudan to “Ethiopia”: an insult not to die

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After the statement, he demanded to stop what he described as “allegations that are not supported by truth or facts.”

Sudan called on Ethiopia to stop what it described as “allegations that are not supported by truth or facts,” in light of the escalating border crisis between the two countries.

And the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, in a statement, today, Saturday, that Sudan cannot trust Ethiopia and the Ethiopian forces to help establish peace, and the Ethiopian forces come across the border as an aggressor.

The ministry added, in its statement, that “the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a deplorable statement that betrays the history of Ethiopia’s relations with Sudan and degrades its description of Sudan to an unforgivable insult.”

The ministry stressed that Khartoum affirms the historical relations and ties between the Sudanese and Ethiopian peoples, and its keenness on the continuation and development of these relations, harnessing them for the benefit of the citizens of the two countries, and entering into future partnerships that contribute to achieving security, stability and economic growth.

And the statement continued, saying: “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sudan wishes to confirm, contrary to what was stated in the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry statement, that all groups of the Sudanese people and their military and civilian leadership are united in their position and their full support for extending Sudan’s control and sovereignty over all of its lands, in accordance with the recognized borders that are supported by international agreements and conventions However, what the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs cannot deny is the third party whose forces entered Sudanese territory with the aggressive Ethiopian forces.

He said, “Sudan calls on Ethiopia to desist from allegations that are not supported by truth or facts. Rather, it refutes the traditional historical Ethiopian position itself, and calls on it to implement the supreme interest of the brotherly Ethiopian people and extract its foreign policy from the irresponsible employment it is currently exposed to.”

It is noteworthy that the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned, on Wednesday, the ambassador of Khartoum in Addis Ababa to consult on the developments of the escalating border crisis between Sudan and Ethiopia.

The official spokesman for the “Sudanese Foreign Ministry”, Mansour Boulad, said: To “Sky News Arabia”, the summoning of the ambassador comes for the purpose of consulting about developments in the crisis, adding that “the ambassador will return to his workplace in Ethiopia after the conclusion of the consultations.”

Earlier last week, Sudanese military sources told Sky News Arabia that Ethiopia had committed a series of violations during the past hours and days, indicating that the Sudanese authorities had spotted Ethiopian crowds on the border between the two countries.

It is noteworthy that the borders of the two countries witnessed several skirmishes during the past weeks, after the Sudanese forces advanced and extended their control over most of the Fashaqa area.

Since the beginning of December, Sudan has accused “Ethiopian forces and militias” of ambushing the Sudanese forces along the border, while Ethiopia accuses Sudan of killing “many civilians” in attacks using “heavy machine guns”.

The two sides held border talks at the end of last year, and Sudan said on December 31 that its forces had regained control of all border lands controlled by Ethiopian farmers. The Ethiopian Foreign Ministry says it is committed to a “peaceful” solution to the crisis, but it wants Sudan to withdraw.

It is reported that in 1902, an agreement was concluded to demarcate the borders between Britain, the colonial power in Sudan at that time, and Ethiopia, but the demarcation still lacked clear lines.

A crisis escalating after summoning the ambassador .. Sudan to “Ethiopia”: an unforgivable insult!

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Sudan called on Ethiopia to stop what it described as “allegations that are not supported by truth or facts,” in light of the escalating border crisis between the two countries.

And the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, in a statement, today, Saturday, that Sudan cannot trust Ethiopia and the Ethiopian forces to help establish peace, and the Ethiopian forces come across the border as an aggressor.

The ministry added, in its statement, that “the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a deplorable statement that betrays the history of Ethiopia’s relations with Sudan and degrades its description of Sudan to an unforgivable insult.”

The ministry stressed that Khartoum affirms the historical relations and ties between the Sudanese and Ethiopian peoples, and its keenness on the continuation and development of these relations, harnessing them for the benefit of the citizens of the two countries, and entering into future partnerships that contribute to achieving security, stability and economic growth.

And the statement continued, saying: “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sudan wishes to confirm, contrary to what was stated in the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry statement, that all groups of the Sudanese people and their military and civilian leadership are united in their position and their full support for extending Sudan’s control and sovereignty over all of its lands, in accordance with the recognized borders that are supported by international agreements and conventions However, what the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs cannot deny is the third party whose forces entered Sudanese territory with the aggressive Ethiopian forces.

He said, “Sudan calls on Ethiopia to desist from allegations that are not supported by truth or facts. Rather, it refutes the traditional historical Ethiopian position itself, and calls on it to implement the supreme interest of the brotherly Ethiopian people and extract its foreign policy from the irresponsible employment it is currently exposed to.”

It is noteworthy that the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned, on Wednesday, the ambassador of Khartoum in Addis Ababa to consult on the developments of the escalating border crisis between Sudan and Ethiopia.

The official spokesman for the “Sudanese Foreign Ministry”, Mansour Boulad, said: To “Sky News Arabia”, the summoning of the ambassador comes for the purpose of consulting about developments in the crisis, adding that “the ambassador will return to his workplace in Ethiopia after the conclusion of the consultations.”

Earlier last week, Sudanese military sources told Sky News Arabia that Ethiopia had committed a series of violations during the past hours and days, indicating that the Sudanese authorities had spotted Ethiopian crowds on the border between the two countries.

It is noteworthy that the borders of the two countries witnessed several skirmishes during the past weeks, after the Sudanese forces advanced and extended their control over most of the Fashaqa area.

Since the beginning of December, Sudan has accused “Ethiopian forces and militias” of ambushing the Sudanese forces along the border, while Ethiopia accuses Sudan of killing “many civilians” in attacks using “heavy machine guns”.

The two sides held border talks at the end of last year, and Sudan said on December 31 that its forces had regained control of all border lands controlled by Ethiopian farmers. The Ethiopian Foreign Ministry says it is committed to a “peaceful” solution to the crisis, but it wants Sudan to withdraw.

It is reported that in 1902, an agreement was concluded to demarcate the borders between Britain, the colonial power in Sudan at that time, and Ethiopia, but the demarcation still lacked clear lines.

February 20, 2021 – Rajab 8, 1442

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After the statement, he demanded to stop what he described as “allegations that are not supported by truth or facts.”

Sudan called on Ethiopia to stop what it described as “allegations that are not supported by truth or facts,” in light of the escalating border crisis between the two countries.

And the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, in a statement, today, Saturday, that Sudan cannot trust Ethiopia and the Ethiopian forces to help establish peace, and the Ethiopian forces come across the border as an aggressor.

The ministry added, in its statement, that “the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a deplorable statement that betrays the history of Ethiopia’s relations with Sudan and degrades its description of Sudan to an unforgivable insult.”

The ministry stressed that Khartoum affirms the historical relations and ties between the Sudanese and Ethiopian peoples, and its keenness on the continuation and development of these relations, harnessing them for the benefit of the citizens of the two countries, and entering into future partnerships that contribute to achieving security, stability and economic growth.

And the statement continued, saying: “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sudan wishes to confirm, contrary to what was stated in the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry statement, that all groups of the Sudanese people and their military and civilian leadership are united in their position and their full support for extending Sudan’s control and sovereignty over all of its lands, in accordance with the recognized borders that are supported by international agreements and conventions However, what the Ethiopian Ministry of Foreign Affairs cannot deny is the third party whose forces entered Sudanese territory with the aggressive Ethiopian forces.

He said, “Sudan calls on Ethiopia to desist from allegations that are not supported by truth or facts. Rather, it refutes the traditional historical Ethiopian position itself, and calls on it to implement the supreme interest of the brotherly Ethiopian people and extract its foreign policy from the irresponsible employment it is currently exposed to.”

It is noteworthy that the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned, on Wednesday, the ambassador of Khartoum in Addis Ababa to consult on the developments of the escalating border crisis between Sudan and Ethiopia.

The official spokesman for the “Sudanese Foreign Ministry”, Mansour Boulad, said: To “Sky News Arabia”, the summoning of the ambassador comes for the purpose of consulting about developments in the crisis, adding that “the ambassador will return to his workplace in Ethiopia after the conclusion of the consultations.”

Earlier last week, Sudanese military sources told Sky News Arabia that Ethiopia had committed a series of violations during the past hours and days, indicating that the Sudanese authorities had spotted Ethiopian crowds on the border between the two countries.

It is noteworthy that the borders of the two countries witnessed several skirmishes during the past weeks, after the Sudanese forces advanced and extended their control over most of the Fashaqa area.

Since the beginning of December, Sudan has accused “Ethiopian forces and militias” of ambushing the Sudanese forces along the border, while Ethiopia accuses Sudan of killing “many civilians” in attacks using “heavy machine guns”.

The two sides held border talks at the end of last year, and Sudan said on December 31 that its forces had regained control of all border lands controlled by Ethiopian farmers. The Ethiopian Foreign Ministry says it is committed to a “peaceful” solution to the crisis, but it wants Sudan to withdraw.

It is reported that in 1902, an agreement was concluded to demarcate the borders between Britain, the colonial power in Sudan at that time, and Ethiopia, but the demarcation still lacked clear lines.





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