23rd Anniversary of the Algiers Agreement between the Governments of Ethiopia and Eritrea

23rd Anniversary of the Algiers Agreement between the Governments of Ethiopia and Eritrea

Twenty-three years ago today, Ethiopia and Eritrea, with the support of the international community, concluded the Algiers Agreement and committed to demarcate a common border.  In 2018, in a historic peace agreement, both countries recommitted to respect the borders as established.  On this anniversary, it is more important than ever that the sovereignty and territorial integrity of both countries be respected.  The United States reiterates our support for the Algiers Agreement and encourages Ethiopia and Eritrea to work together, in the spirit of the peace they forged, toward a more stable and prosperous region.

Official news published at https://www.state.gov/23rd-anniversary-of-the-algiers-agreement-between-the-governments-of-ethiopia-and-eritrea/

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