Ethiopia advised Sudan on Tuesday it was getting disturbed with its neighbor's continued military advancement in a challenging line area despite attempts to diffuse strains with methodology.
The numerous years-old contentions about Al-Fatiha, the land inside Sudan's worldwide limits that have for a long while been settled by Ethiopian farmers, shot out into extended lengths of contentions between powers from the different sides before the finish of a year ago.
"The Sudanese side is apparently pushing in to disturb the condition on the ground," Ethiopian new assistance delegate Dina Mufti told reporters. "Is Ethiopia going to start a war? Taking everything into account, we are expressing we should work on affability."
"How long will Ethiopia continue settling the issue using the system? Undoubtedly, there is nothing that has no limitation. Everything has a cutoff," he told an arrangement in Addis Ababa.
Sudan's information cleric and government agent Faisal Mohamed Salem said the country didn't require a fight with Ethiopia, yet its forces would respond to any ill will.