Ethiopia refused to allow the full demarcation of the border.
The Boundary Commission handed down the demarcation decision.
The Algiers Peace Agreement was signed.
The Council increased UNMEE’s troop levels to 4,200.
The Council established the UN Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE).
The Cessation of Hostilities Agreement was signed and the Temporary Security Zone was established.
A Council mission visited both countries; fighting resumed three days later.
The conflict escalated to full-fledged war. Both parties accepted the Framework Agreement.
1998 to 2000
Ethiopia and Eritrea skirmished over border territories.
Eritrea took over the Ethiopian-administered town of Badme, and a battle ensued.
Eritrea became independent.
Ethiopia annexed Eritrea; fighting began.
Eritrea and Ethiopia formed a federation pursuant to UN General Assembly resolution 390 (V).