Source Pravda.Ru

War Imminent Between Sudan and Eritrea

Relations between Sudan and Eritrea have nit a new low point, which has seen Isaias Afeworki, the President of Eritrea, heading for Cairo for an urgent meeting with the Arab League.

Sources in the Sudanese Foreign Ministry have confirmed that there is a strong possibility that a war will break out if Eritrea does not help to solve problems related with the frontier between the two countries.

An outbreak of war in an area devastated by hunger would be a recipe for a humanitarian disaster.

Timothy BANCROFT-HINCHEY PRAVDA.Ru

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