Sudan: Ethiopian forces resume attacks on Sudanese army as talks wrapped up with no deal
The Sudanese army came under a new attack from Ethiopian army and Amhara militias near the border strip, military sources told the Sudan Tribune on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the joint political committee between the two countries wrapped up meetings in Khartoum without tangible results on the border issue.
“A Sudanese army force in Jabal Abu Teyyour was heavily shelled by the army and militiamen, which from the other side of the border area,” said the source who declined to be identified because he is not authorized to speak to the media.
“The Sudanese forces deterred the attack,” he further said.
Also, a second clash occurred in the east of the “Wad Koli” area where a Sudanese military patrol clashed with a mobile Ethiopian reconnaissance force.