Al Monitor : Le Soudan et l’Éthiopie s’accusent mutuellement de violations des frontières dans le cadre du différend sur le barrage du Nil

TOPSHOT - A boat sails along the Setit river bordering Ethiopia, at Wad al-Hiliou, a village in the eastern Sudanese state of Kassala, on August 11, 2021. - Tigrayan regugees who recover bodies washing up on the banks of the river, fear they are evidence of mass executions by government-allied troops in Tigray, a small but historically powerful region of northern Ethiopia that has been ravaged by more than nine months of fighting between the army and battle-hardened local forces. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP) (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY/AFP via Getty Images)

Le différend frontalier entre le Soudan et l’Éthiopie pourrait affecter la crise du barrage controversé du Nil en Éthiopie, alors que l’on craint que la situation ne se transforme en conflit armé.

The decades-old border dispute between Sudan and Ethiopia was recently renewed after the two countries exchanged accusations of violating the other’s territorial sovereignty, amid fears that the situation could turn into an armed conflict. LINK TO ARTICLE