Eritrea's long-lasting President Isaias Afwerki is going to Ethiopia on Saturday, the most recent advance in an extraordinary conciliatory defrost between the previous archrivals.
Eritrea's data serve Yemane Gebremeskel affirms the visit on Twitter, saying it will "add energy to the joint walk for peace and co-activity."
The visit by the pioneer of one of the world's most isolated nations comes after Ethiopia's new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed made a notable excursion to Eritrea a weekend ago for converses with Isaias, setting off the reclamation of strategic ties following two decades.
The defrost started when Abiy reported Ethiopia would completely acknowledge a peace bargain that finished a two-year fringe war that murdered several thousands and isolated families.
Presently telephone lines are reestablished and planned Ethiopian Airlines flights to Eritrea start one week from now.