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Annan's special envoy likely to visit Ethiopia and Eritrea

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www.chinaview.cn 2004-04-05 04:58:54

    ADDIS ABABA, April 5 (Xinhua) -- UN Secretary General Kofi Annan's newly appointed special envoy to Ethiopia and Eritrea Lloyd Axworthy is likely to visit the two countries in the near future, diplomats said here Monday.

    The envoy will restart the discussion over peace process between the two countries, particularly over border issues, according to the diplomats.

    The peace process has faltered since Ethiopia rejected an independent panel's border inquiry ruling just over a year ago that Badme, the small town that triggered the conflict, belonged to Eritrea.

    The diplomats indicated that currently international efforts are on the move to avoid differences of the two countries over theborder decision. The ongoing European Union delegation visit to Ethiopia and Eritrea is a sign and encouraging start to move forward the peace process. Senior officials from the delegation urged Eritrea to agree to meet Axworthy.

    The delegation, led by high ranking government officials who met with Eritrean President Isayas Afewerki in Asmara, capital of Eritrea on Monday, are expected to arrive in Addis Ababa on Tuesday.

    They are expected to discuss border issues with Ethiopian PrimeMinister Meles Zenawi and other government officials on the same day.

    "It has its own advantage to resolve the remaining peace process of these neighboring countries," diplomats said. Enditem

 

 
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