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Thursday, July 15, 1999 Published at 15:14 GMT 16:14 UK


World: Africa

Ethiopian-Eritrean war of words continues


Ethiopia has called on Eritrea to commit itself to redeploy its troops from disputed territory along their joint border without preconditions.

A spokeswoman for the Ethiopian government Salome Tadesse told the BBC that Eritrea's acceptance of peace proposals from the Organization of African Unity had come with conditions attached -- while Ethiopia had accepted them in their entirety.

Her comments came a day after Eritrea announced it was ready to accept a framework agreement to try to end the war.

However, it's reported to have demanded compensation for Eritreans deported by Ethiopia since the conflict began.

From the newsroom of the BBC World Service



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