The two nations have consented to revive covered international safe havens, continue flights and construct ports.
Under the peace assention, Ethiopia will hand over questioned outskirt locales to Eritrea.
Eritrea was a piece of Ethiopia until the point when it split away and pronounced freedom in 1993.
Scarcely any individuals outside its fringes know much about Eritrea - situated in the Horn of Africa along the Red Sea - with the exception of that it has for some time been under U.N. sanctions on account of its asserted help of radicals. Its isolated government has been blamed for human rights infringement and a huge number of Eritreans have fled the nation to escape neediness and maintain a strategic distance from necessary military administration.
Pioneers of both Ethiopia and Eritrea trust the peace arrangement will prompt more monetary advancement.