Eritrea will revive its consulate in this capital on Sunday as a major aspect of the procedure of standardization of relations between the two nations, official sources detailed today.
The function will occur amid the stay in Addis Ababa of Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki, who will influence a three-day to state visit tomorrow, the first by a pioneer of the neighboring country in over 20 years.
As indicated by the Fana Broadcasting report, the trek of the pioneer of one of the world's most shut countries comes after the new Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, made a notable visit to Asmara a weekend ago.
Subsequently, the phone lines have been reestablished and flights for Ethiopian Airlines will begin one week from now.
Compromise forms started when the leader of this nation reported that he would completely acknowledge the terms of the peace assention which finished a two-year fringe war in the vicinity of 1998 and 2000 that caused very nearly 80,000 passings.
This move, including the redistribution of questioned outskirt territories, was the boldest of changes in Ethiopia, the second most crowded nation in Africa, following quite a while of dissents against the specialists.