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A designation from the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, headed by Lt. Gen. Shamseldin al-Kabashi and Director of the General Intelligence Service Jamal Abdul Marred, visited Cairo Jan. 14, where they met with President Abdel Fattah Assisi to examine the most recent advancements on the line strife with Ethiopia and the military tasks drove by the Sudanese armed force to free the regions from the equipped Ethiopian civilian armies. 

 

The visit came as a component of Sudan's territorial moves that are required to incorporate different visits to Arab nations, in particular the Gulf, for example, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia, to demand "strategic and legitimate help," as indicated by a Jan. 14 explanation by Sudanese Foreign Minister Omar Qatar Alvin. 

 

The source noted, "Egypt receives approaches that help tranquil arrangements through discourse and exchange to reestablish harmony and resolve every single extraordinary issue." 

 

He clarified, "Reestablishing quiet among Khartoum and Addis Ababa would be to Cairo's greatest advantage — not at all like what Ethiopia has been advancing in the media by tossing allegations against Egypt." 

 

Cairo has offered no authority remark on the boundary strife among Khartoum and Addis Ababa since the start of the emergency, besides in an emphatic articulation from the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Dec. 31, 2020, in light of proclamations by Ethiopian Foreign Ministry representative Dina Mufti. 

 

Be that as it may, on Jan. 25, strains raised on the Sudanese-Ethiopian boundary when fierce conflicts with weighty weapons and big guns broke out in the Jamal Abu al-Toyour line zone. 

 

In December 2020, the Sudanese armed force conveyed its officers on the boundary in Al-Fatiha area to free Sudanese terrains from bunches associated with the Ethiopian civilian armies that have been profiting by the development of many sections of land of fruitful land since 1995. 

 

A strategic source acquainted with Egyptian-Sudanese ties told Al-Monitor on the state of secrecy, "Egypt has been cautiously noticing the pressure on the Sudanese boundaries since the start of the encounters since it is worried about ensuring harmony and security in the African locale, particularly in the adjoining nations."

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