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Ethiopia-Eritrea Border Dispute (Taken Question)

Taken Questions
Office of the Spokesman
Washington, DC
December 3, 2004

Question Taken at December 3, 2004 Daily Press Briefing

Ethiopia-Eritrea Border Dispute

Question: Does the United States provide technical assistance in the border demarcation effort?

Answer: Under the Algiers Agreement, the border demarcation is to be carried out by the Ethiopia-Eritrea Border Commission (EEBC) with support from the United Nations Cartographer; however, the United States would be willing to evaluate any specific requests for assistance should we receive one from the Commission.

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