Eritrean Foreign Minister Osman Salih Arrives in Addis
Osman Sahil, Eritrean Foreign Minister, hold talks with Ethiopian government officials in Addis Ababa.
The meeting is held with the aim of supporting the
current peace and rapprochement between the two nations, according to Fana Broadcasting Corporate.
Ethiopia and Eritrea resume their relations after two decades of hostility following the bloody war caused by border dispute.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed made his first historic visit to Asmara, the capital of Eritrea, as a sign of peace offer to Eritrean government.
During his visit to Eritrea Abiy Ahmed and Isaias Afeworki, president of Eritrea, signed a peace agreement which consists of economic, political, social issues.
After the peace deal between the two neighboring counties, Ethiopian Airlines, the national career resumed regular flight to Asmera.
Similarly, last week the Eritrean Airlines landed in Addis Ababa, Bole International Airport, as a sign to restart flights to the capital.
One of the agreements that the two countries reach a deal is also, the use of the Eritrean port to the Ethiopian.
Eritrean officials announced that ports in Eritrea, including Massawa, and Assab are ready to commence their regular operation to serve as an Inlet and Outlet for Ethiopian commodities.
President Isaias Afewerki, pay a visit to Ethiopia, first official visit in two decades in a return gesture to the tour of Abiy Ahmed.
In his visit to Ethiopia Isaias also officially inaugurate and opened Eritrean Embassy in Addis Ababa.
Following the rapprochement leaders of the two counties called by United Arab Emirates Head of State and awarded with a highest national medal for their will to normalize relation between the two brotherly nations.
Apart from their primary reason to discuss with leaders of Oromia Liberation Front, headed by Dawud Ibissa, recently Workneh Gebeyehu, Foreign minister, Lema Megerssa, president of Oromia Regional state went to Eritrea and held talks with Eritrean government officials.