The many years old disagreement about Al-Fatiha, land inside Sudan's worldwide limits that has for some time been settled by Ethiopian ranchers, emitted into long stretches of conflicts between powers from the two sides toward the end of last year.
"The Sudanese side is by all accounts pushing in to kindle the circumstance on the ground," Ethiopian unfamiliar service representative Dina Mufti told columnists. "Is Ethiopia going to begin a war? Indeed, we are stating we should deal with strategy."
"How long will Ethiopia keep on settling the issue utilizing discretion? Indeed, there isn't anything that has no restriction. Everything has a cutoff," he told a preparation in Addis Ababa.
Sudan's data clergyman and government representative Faisal Mohamed Salem said the nation didn't need battle with Ethiopia however its powers would react to any hostility.
"We dread that these remarks contain an unfriendly situation towards Sudan. We request from Ethiopia to quit assaulting Sudanese region and Sudanese ranchers,"