Ethiopia urges immediate action and resumption of operations in Sudan near the end of October as new agreements and activities violate previous agreements and change the reality on the ground.

The second high-level Ethiopian-Sudan border political talks were held in Khartoum, Sudan for two days on December 13 and 14, 2013.

Ethiopia urges them to stop and return to their original positions as new changes and activities in Sudan near the end of October violate previous agreements and change the reality on the ground.

The two sides exchanged views on current border issues.

Ethiopia urges them to stop immediately and return to their original positions, as new changes and activities in Sudan near the end of October violate previous agreements and change the reality on the ground.

In connection with this, Ethiopia urges that the severe damage to the property of farmers and investors and the displacement of citizens need to be addressed and urgently addressed.

They also discussed ways to resolve any differences between the two countries in a mutually acceptable manner and what the future holds.

On the Ethiopian side, the border issue should be resolved by resuming the work of the various committees that have been established and have not completed their work in a peaceful manner in accordance with previous agreements.

It is said that this will safeguard the strategic and fraternal relations between the two countries as well as the lasting interests and interests of the two peoples.

The two sides agreed to hold their next meeting in Addis Ababa at a convenient time and to report back to their leaders on the progress and outcome of the meeting.

It is expected that the next meeting will review the changes in the area and advise the Boundaries Committees on how to proceed.

The Ethiopian delegation was also led by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Demeke Mekonnen.