Djibouti–Ethiopia relations

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Djibouti–Ethiopia relations
Map indicating locations of Djibouti and Ethiopia

Djibouti

Ethiopia

Djibouti–Ethiopia relations are bilateral relations between Djibouti and Ethiopia.

History[edit]

Diplomatic relations between the two countries was established in 1984.[1] Relations between the countries are generally good. Both countries share ownership of the Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railroad; however, this utility is in need of repairs and upgraded capacity. The railroad is tied to the Port of Djibouti, which provides port facilities and trade ties to landlocked Ethiopia. Disputes between the Afar and Issa people of Djibouti have the potential of involving Ethiopian citizens of these groups.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ethiopia – Djibouti relations" Archived 2012-03-25 at the Wayback Machine, Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (accessed 9 October 2009)