Ethiopia has blamed Sudanese powers for driving further into a challenged line district that has been the site of destructive conflicts lately, cautioning that its "serene" way to deal with the question "has its cutoff".
Sharing a 1,600 km (994mile) wilderness, the two adjoining nations have since quite a while ago fought over the Al-Fatiha locale, where Ethiopian ranchers develop ripe land asserted by Sudan.
The boundary pressures come when Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt are likewise attempting to determine a three-route disagreement regarding the dubious dam Ethiopia is expanding on the Blue Nile, known as the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (HERD).
"The Sudanese side is by all accounts pushing in order to aggravate the circumstance on the ground," Ethiopian unfamiliar service representative Dina Mufti told journalists on Tuesday. "Is Ethiopia going to begin a war? Indeed, we are stating we should deal with discretion."
"How long will Ethiopia keep on settling the issue utilizing strategy? All things considered, there isn't anything that has no restriction. Everything has a cutoff," he told a media preparation in the capital, Addis Ababa.