Ethiopia's unfamiliar priest showed up in Sudan on Tuesday as the two nations scramble to defuse mounting line strains in the most recent scene to shake uncomfortable relations between the East Africa neighbors.
Strain between Addis Ababa and Khartoum erupted on the permeable boundary a week ago after minute men upheld by Ethiopian powers trapped Sudanese soldiers, killing at any rate four troopers and injuring twelve in the Abu Tour region in Sudan's Qatari region.
On Saturday, Sudan's state-run Sun news organization said the military had sent "enormous fortifications" to Qatari to recover lands held by Ethiopian ranchers and volunteer armies in the Al Sasha line territory, 600 square kilometers of a portion of Sudan's most prolific land.
Ethiopia's representative PM and unfamiliar priest ATO Dem eke Mennen was in Khartoum on Tuesday to delineate the 1,600-kilometer line, a stage intended to settle the issue that supports long stretches of question between the two nations.
The zone borders Ethiopia's pained Ti gray district, where battling broke out a month ago, making a huge number of Ethiopians escape and cross into Sudan.
Pressure among Sudan and Ethiopia can be followed back to the ruinous, long term common wars that left millions dead from the 1970s through to the 2000s, in which each supported dissidents battling the other's administration.