The United Nations Security Council says it will move Western peacekeepers out of Eritrea, a week after Eritrea's government said the peacekeepers would be expelled.
The Security Council reached the decision during a meeting in New York on Wednesday.
The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton, says 160 to 200 personnel will be moved to Addis Ababa.
Eritrea declared last week that Western members of the U.N. peacekeeping mission watching the border with Ethiopia had 10 days to leave.
Earlier, Mr. Bolton said Eritrea is "unacceptably" making peacekeepers part of the problem along the Eritrea-Ethiopia border.
But he added that Ethiopia also has failed to comply with agreements aimed at ending the countries' border dispute.
There are concerns of a new flare-up along the border, where the countries fought a two-year war that killed 70,000 people.