Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia and Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea re-opened the third border connecting the people of the two countries.
President Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea, who was in Ethiopia for a historic state visit after the over two decades of hostilities between the two nations, has concluded his three days tour by attending the reopening of Eritrean Embassy in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
The United States welcomes the July 9 commitment to peace and security between the State of Eritrea and the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, effectively ending 20 years of conflict.
The governments of Ethiopia and Eritrea on Sunday decided to normalize the relationship by ending the dispute and hostility between the two nations that has led them to a two years long bloody war two decades ago.
The Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Dr. Abiy Ahmed Ali, arrives Asmara, Eritrea, this morning for official visit. Eritrean state TV has showed the Prime Minister’s and his delegation arrival at Asmara Airport with Ethiopian Airlines.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia said the country is preparing to welcome the delegation of Eritrea coming this week. This has come following Ethiopia’s ruling party coalition decision few weeks ago to end the no peace no war relation with its neighbor and willingness to implement the UN-mediated Algiers Agreement signed in December […]
The United States Government has applauded the recent efforts of Ethiopian and Eritrean governments to resolve longstanding disputes and normalize relations.
Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed swiftly welcomed President Isaias Afwerki’s of Eritrea’s plan to send delegation to Addis Ababa. “Ethiopia is ready to welcome the delegation of Eritrea with great honour,” said Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.
The Eritrean government is set to end confrontation with its neighbor Ethiopia and end the longstanding ‘no peace, no war’ condition between the two nations. Eritrea is to send a delegation to Ethiopia, responding to the recent announcement of Ethiopian government to start implementing the UN mediated Algiers Agreement signed on December 12, 2000 ending […]
The Government of Ethiopian on Tuesday announced that it is ready to fully implement the decisions of the UN mediated Algiers Agreement Ethiopia and Eritrea signed in December 2000 to end the bloody war that consumed lives of over 100,000 from both sides.
After Eritrea became an independent nation in 1993, the country was doing well economically and politically. In fact, at one point it becomes top coffee exporter in Africa without planting a single coffee tree.