Ethiopia announced its readiness to take parts in the peace process between Eritrea and Djibouti.
Ethiopia announces its preparedness, after a committee which closely follows the cause of Eritrea and Djibouti has announced its 120-day report for the security council Yesterday.
The international community has to acclaim the current attempt to end the conflict and restore peace between the two neighboring countries, Eritrea and Djibouti, according to the security council.
Similar to the peace accord signed between Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) and Isaias Afeworki, president of the State of Eritrea on July 9, 2018. Eritrea and Somalia governments have also reached on points of agreement, acknowledge the chairman of the committee.
The peace movements which underway to bring peace between Eritrea with its neighboring Ethiopia, Somalia and Djibouti was very productive, he added.
Before African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM), a peacekeeping mission operated by the AU in Somalia with approval by the UN withdraw from Somalia, the country has to strengthen its security capacity, adviced the committee, after conducting physical observation on the location.
Following the direction, it is decided extended AMISOM’s peacekeeping mission to the coming May 31, 2019.
Ambassador Tekeda Alemu, Permanent Representative of Ethiopia to United Nations, to Ethiopia in his part praises the recent peace and reconciliation between Ethiopia and Eritrea.
Apart from closing the war chapter between Ethiopia and Eritrea the agreement has a lot to do in improving the peace and sustainable relation between the two nations, Takeda said.
The last two weeks were very historical that two countries decided to normalize relations, which is also a model for other Nations in the region.
Ethiopia will play its role so as to maintain peace and stability in the region, Takeda added, adding that it is ready to support any peace process between Eritrea and Djibouti.