Eritrean president mr Eisayas Afewerqi Enters to Ethiopia for Official 3 days visiting
president esayas meets prime minister Abey ahmed in Jimma and first visiting the resultant of jimma university worked in jimma and surround
Ethiopian human right commission announce that politician Lidetu Ayallew to release from jail as soon as possible
Ethiopia and Eritrea signed a peace agreement year ago to end two decades of a “frozen war.” The accord, which resolved a seemingly intractable border dispute after Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed took office and accepted an independent commission’s 2002 boundary decision, was greeted with tremendous optimism in both countries and by international observers. Following the first anniversary of the agreement last month, USIP’s Susan Stigant, the director of Africa programs, and Michael Phelan, a senior advisor on Africa, assess the peace deal’s impact on the states’ bilateral relations, Eritrea’s persistent internal policies, Ethiopia’s economic and political development and stability in the Horn of Africa.