Turkey invites ongoing endeavors by Ethiopia and Eritrea to reestablish relations between the two nations, the Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
In a composed explanation, the service stated: "As a nation appending significance to strength in Africa, Turkey respects the means taken towards the standardization of relations amongst Ethiopia and Eritrea and the Joint Declaration marked amongst Eritrea and Ethiopia on 9 July in Asmara, amid the visit of H.E. Dr. Abiy Ahmed, Prime Minister of Ethiopia, to Eritrea."
The announcement was marked Monday amid a point of interest summit between the pioneers of the two nations in the Eritrean capital.
The "condition of war that existed between the two nations has reached an end," Eritrea's Information Minister Yemane G. Meskel composed via web-based networking media.
"We trust that the standardization of relations between the two neighboring nations and individuals will bolster the advancement and success of the two nations and will empower a helpful situation for peace, security and far reaching collaboration in the Horn of Africa district," the service articulation included.
After Eritrea withdrew from Ethiopia in 1993, fringe wars broke out.
Some 70,000-80,000 individuals were murdered on the two sides when the two neighbors battled a grisly war in 1998-2000.