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The Eritrean embassy in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa was re-opened Monday, following a visit over the weekend by Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki, who was received by Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed. The weekend prior, Abiy was in the Eritrean capital of Asmara. Abiy, 41, has spearheaded swift reforms since taking power in April, following a in which his predecessor resigned amid mass anti-government protests. Abiy ended the Ethiopian government’s self-imposed state of emergency and has opened up sectors of the heavily state-controlled economy to private investment. Ethiopia is positing itself as a regional manufacturing and export hub, achieved through its . The country has seen double-digit economic growth as recently as 2017, although approximately one-third of its inhabitants live below the poverty line. Eritrea, meanwhile, is known as one of the most secretive — and least developed — countries in the world. Now that flights have resumed, Ethiopian and Eritrean passport holders will be able to travel between the two countries and “be granted a visa by the respective authorities on arrival,” Fitsum Arega, Abiy’s chief of staff, tweeted last week. “The perception that Ethiopia offers more substantial economic opportunities could lead to substantial migration (by Eritreans),” Pat Thaker, editorial director for the Middle East and North Africa at analysis firm Economist Intelligence Unit, told CNBC. But Ethiopia, the second most populous nation in Africa, is not exactly an economic paradise, with an unemployment rate of over 17 percent, according to the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) estimate for 2012.
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1116 under KPA Unit 810 at an undisclosed location in North Korea. The Trump administration has said tough international trade sanctions with North Korea will remain in place until there's a "complete denuclearization " by the hermit regime. There's also been a reduction in fuel and certain fertilizers under the sanctions but reports of smuggling to get around the clampdown. "Until the latest round of sanctions in January, we were able to send almost everything that we wanted," said Lewis. "But the latest round meant we couldn't send vehicles or metals. So no shovels or small equipment like tractors that can go on mountain roads." She said backpack sprayers also are out due to sanctions. "We don't give them high-tech stuff just low tech-stuff. Things we send are very simple." North Korea has developed domestic tractor manufacturing that helps it get around sanctions. North Korea's leader Kim was seen smiling in photos believed to have been taken last year at one such tractor factory.
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