September 19, 2021

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Sudan issues Ethiopia report on Renaissance dam

Sudan issues Ethiopia report on Renaissance dam

On Saturday, Sudan’s Foreign Ministry called on the Ethiopian government to stop being serious about dealing with Sudan and to repeat accusations against Sudan that are not supported by reality or logic in order to achieve the interests and objectives of certain personalities. Groups.

In a statement, the Sudanese News Agency (SUNA) said the ministry had condemned allegations by the Ethiopian military that an armed group had entered Sudanese territory targeting Ethiopian facilities, emphasizing Sudan’s full commitment to good neighbors and policies. Interference in the internal affairs of other countries.

The Foreign Ministry pointed out that Sudan controls its territory and all internationally recognized borders with neighboring Ethiopia, stressing that Sudan will not allow any party to exploit its land and has no intention of occupying or seizing the land. Others.

The statement concluded, “The Ethiopian government has re-introduced Sudan’s name whenever its internal situation worsens.” Objectives of specific personalities and groups.

Brigadier General Tahar Abuhaka, media adviser to the head of the Sudanese Sovereignty Council, has denied the Ethiopian allegations, and in response to reports from the Ethiopian military, a statement issued by the military media on Saturday said: “I tried to sabotage the Renaissance dam.”

The Ethiopian army announced that it was responding to an attack by Tigris Liberation Front forces on the Renaissance Dam. He pointed out that these groups were trying to infiltrate the Renaissance Dam along the Mahalla border with Sudan.


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