The boundary between Chad and Sudan was originally delimited by French and British colonial authorities in 1924. It extends from the tripoint with Central African Republic in the south for over 1,400 km, following rivers, straight lines, and the 24° east meridian, to the tripoint with Libya in the north. The boundary has never been fully demarcated and is not disputed.

Map showing the land boundary between Chad and Sudan



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