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Igad brings Sudan, Ethiopia to the mediation table

Igad brings Sudan, Ethiopia to the mediation table

Sudan / Ethiopia: Diplomatic talks by the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (Igad) have diffused political tension between Sudan and Ethiopia, allowing the two countries to focus on managing their internal crises.

An Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State in Nairobi this week resulted in commitments to dialogue rather than military action.

The Summit said the Sudan crisis will be mediated by Igad, the AU and the UN, but will be “Sudanese led”.

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