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Sudan calls on Ethiopia to stop accusing it of “Aggressive Practices”

Sudan calls on Ethiopia to stop accusing it of "Aggressive Practices"

The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs disputed on Sunday claims made by Ethiopia’s state-run Fana Broadcasting Agency that Khartoum backs the Tigray Liberation Front, which is fighting government forces.

“Sudan restated its full commitment to the values of good neighborliness and non-interference in the internal affairs of other nations,” the ministry said in a statement released by the official news agency (SUNA).

The Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs also stated that it “followed with greater astonishment the news published on December 9 by the Ethiopian state radio agency Fana, in which it accused Sudan of supporting the Tigray Liberation Front, and also claimed that Sudan harbored and trained elements of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front to confront the Ethiopian government.”

Tigray Liberation Front, and also claimed that Sudan harbored and trained the elements of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front to confront the forces of the Ethiopian government. “.

“In the face of these arbitrary charges, it would like to confirm Sudan’s full adherence to the values of good neighborliness and non-interference in the internal affairs of other nations, and that what was published by Fana Agency is completely unfounded,” the ministry said.

“Stop accusing Sudan of aggressive stances and practices that are not supported by evidence on the ground,” the Sudanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, adding that “Sudan controls all of its internationally recognized lands and borders with neighboring Ethiopia, and has never, and will not, allow it to be used for any aggression.”

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