Ethiopia and Eritrea have officially declared an end to a two-decades-old war, a day after their leaders held a historic summit in the Eritrean capital.
Finally, Peace in the Horn of Africa?
Atlantic Council, 12 July 2018
The leaders of Ethiopia and Eritrea on July 9 signed a declaration ending the state of war between the two countries. Read more »
Eritrea and Ethiopia have signed a Joint Declaration of Peace and Friendship today. The Agreement, which specifies five pillars, was signed this morning at State House by President Isaias Afwerki and Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed
Benefits of Peace Come Into Focus
VOA, 11 July 2018
With breakneck speed, Ethiopia and Eritrea have resolved the decades-long conflict that had come to define the East African nations’ tumultuous 25-year relationship. Read more »
Ethiopia, Eritrea Officially End War
Deutsche Welle, 9 July 2018
The long-term enemies have signed a "joint declaration of peace and friendship." The rapprochement takes place 20 years after the two neighbors started a border war that killed… Read more »
Ethiopia and Eritrea Have Declared End to Decades of War
This is Africa, 10 July 2018
Ethiopia and Eritrea are putting an end to their volatile relationship, which has affected both countries since 2000, when an uneasy peace deal ended a two-year border war. "A new… Read more »
Ethiopia, Eritrea Crumble Separation Wall
Ethiopian Herald, 10 July 2018
ADDIS ABABA - The twenty- year long separation wall between Ethiopia and Eritrea has been crumbled for good ,Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed said at a state dinner for visiting… Read more »
Heralding Real, Genuine Peace
For two decades, having paid unbearable human sacrifices and material loss as well as having lost the golden opportunities to grow together, Ethiopians and Eritreans have now… Read more »
Horn of Africa - Ethiopia, Eritrea End State of War, Re-Establish Ties
Cameroon Tribune, 10 July 2018
The thaw in cooperation followed the visit by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to Eritrea. Read more »
Peace Between Ethiopia and Eritrea Will Promote Democracy
It seemed impossible just a few months ago: reconciliation between Ethiopia and Eritrea after decades of attrition. But peace is here at long last. How did this turnaround, which… Read more »
Ethiopia's newly elected reformist prime minister Abiy Ahmed and neighbouring Eritrea's longtime president Isaias Afwerki have met in Eritrea's capital Asmara - an event that ... Read more »
U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia Mike Raynor sat down with Addis Standard to discuss leadership, reforms and the relationship between the two countries. Read more »
The leaders of the two countries have agreed to meet for the first time in nearly 20 years, a sign of a diplomatic thaw between the neighbours. Read more »
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