Algeria on Saturday expressed its satisfaction at the recent positive development in the relations between Ethiopia and Eritrea, said a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Abdulaziz bin Ali al-Sharif.
In this context, Algeria received with satisfaction the decision of the Ethiopian higher authorities to implement the Algiers Agreement signed in December 2000 as well as the results of the Boundary Commission. It also commends Eritrea's positive response by expressing its readiness to re-establish dialogue with its neighbor Ethiopia.
He pointed out that such encouraging developments, which deserve the support of the entire international community, would contribute to the settlement of the border dispute facing both countries.
As a mediator, Algeria was pleased with this new readiness for Ethiopia and Eritrea and called on them to continue this effort to calm down firmly. It is in this perspective that it renews its will and readiness to accompany the two brotherly countries in the way of completing the peace process.
Al-Sherif said that Algeria considers that the normalization of bilateral relations between the two countries will contribute to the establishment of peace, security and stability in the Horn of Africa and will promote development and economic prosperity of the two brotherly peoples.
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