South Sudan's revolutionary pioneer Riek Machar has touched base in Ethiopia for an eye to eye meeting with his most outstanding opponent, President Salva Kiir, without precedent for a long time with an end goal to arrange a conclusion to a five-year-old common war.
Machar, Kiir's previous VP, landed in the Ethiopian capital, Ababa, on Wednesday, said revolt representative Lam Paul Gabriel.
An Ethiopian government official likewise affirmed his landing, saying Machar would meet Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed before his discussions with Kiir later in the day.
The president has likewise touched base in the nation for the discussions, authorities affirmed.
This would be the main gathering between the two since Machar needed to escape to the Democratic Republic of the Congo in July 2016, after furious battling broke out between his powers and the administration troops in the South Sudanese capital, Juba, and left several individuals dead. Multi month later, Machar turned up in South Sudan, where he was put under house capture.