Eritrea's leader will make a notable visit to Ethiopia this end of the week, establishing a staggering rapprochement with his monster neighbor after an age of common abhor and mistrust.Isaias Afwerki will touch base in Ethiopia on Saturday, Eritrea's Information Minister Yemane Meskel said on Friday, after the neighbors pronounced for the current week that their "condition of war" was finished.
Eritrea will revive its consulate in the capital Addis Ababa, shut since 1998, on Monday, Ethiopian government representative Ahmed Shide told correspondents. Ahmed had before said the government office would revive on Sunday.
The fast changes come after Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed propelled a peace activity a month ago. He went to Eritrea's capital a weekend ago and marked an agreement with Isaias on continuing ties, a move that finished an almost 20-year military standoff after an outskirt war.
In a tweet, Yemane cited Isaias as saying the general population of the two countries had "recharged their notable organization together and are walking forward in bolt venture for shared success and soundness".
State-associated Fana Broadcasting detailed that the Eritrean designation was relied upon to visit the Hawassa mechanical stop in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People's Region state.
The Horn of Africa neighbors have consented to open international safe havens, create ports and resume flights, in solid indications of rapprochement following two many years of threatening vibe since war ejected over their questioned fringe in 1998.