According to the statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mohamed's stay will last three days and takes place at the invitation of his Eritrean counterpart, Isaias Afwerki.
The two leaders will evaluate ways to reactivate the links, although at the moment no more details were offered.
Asmara remains under United Nations sanctions after alleged support for the al-Shabab terrorist group, which continues to occupy Somali rural areas and executes high-profile attacks in the capital, Mogadishu.
However, despite the suspicions, this Government categorically denies having given any kind of support to such sects.
The president's trip comes after a thaw in recent weeks between Eritrea and Ethiopia after two decades of political, economic and social distancing, which began, in the opinion of experts, a new era of peace and stability in the so-called African horn , one of the most volatile regions of the world.
Addis Ababa, under the new Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, already called for the elimination of US sanctions on its neighbor, considered one of the most closed territories in the world.
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