Ethiopian political party the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) has criticised the government’s decision to accept a 2002 border ruling that would cede disputed territory to neighbouring Eritrea.
The United Nations Security Council is to blame for the ongoing border dispute between Ethiopia and Eritrea, according to an Eritrean-American analyst and writer with the U.S. Foundation for the Horn of Africa.
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