Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki will visit Ethiopia's lead Hawassa Industrial Park in the end of the week, an Ethiopian authority said on Friday.
Afwerki is relied upon to begin a memorable three-day state visit to Ethiopia on Saturday, the first run through the veteran Eritrean pioneer will visit Ethiopia in 20 years.
The two nations began speculative strides towards compromise in June, two decades after a wicked fringe war in 1998-2000 murdered an expected 70,000 individuals from the two sides and cut the nations' conciliatory and financial relations.
Addressing media, Ahmed Shide, Minister of Ethiopia Government Communications Affairs Office (GCAO), said Afwerki is planned to visit the Chinese-assembled mechanical stop which has been commended for its positive commitment to Ethiopia's industrialization aspirations.
Shide additionally said the Eritrean president is planned on Sunday to re-open the Eritrean Embassy in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa that was shut in the outcome of the war.
Hawassa Industrial Park, which the Ethiopian government considers as a model for the development of other mechanical zones the nation over, has demonstrated effective quickly after its initiation in July 2016, for the most part by drawing in different world-class material and attire organizations to the nation.
The mechanical stop, situated in Ethiopia's southern city of Hawassa, was worked by China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC).
The Ethiopian government has beforehand unveiled its intend to produce near 1 billion U.S. dollars in yearly income from the recreation center once it begins tasks at its maximum capacity.
Afwerki's visit to Ethiopia comes not as much as seven days after Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed turned into the primary Ethiopia pioneer to visit the Red Sea country in 20 years.
Ahmed who paid a two-day state visit to Eritrea marked a peace presentation with Afwerki delineating ventures to reestablish discretionary and monetary ties, and additionally end their 2-decade-old fringe question.