Embassy Refurbishment – Update

5 Jul 2017

UPDATE

General refurbishment and maintenance works on the Embassy building has been ongoing since 8th February 2017, with the expected completion date of December 2017.

It is our sincere hope that these extensive renovations will allow us to restore the building back to its former glory, while at the same time, modernise it to provide the very best experience to our valued visitors and staff.

Today, we are pleased to announce that Phase 1 of the refurbishment, the Consular Section, has been completed.

Phase 2 of the refurbishment, the Ground Floor, is set to commence shortly. During this time, access to the Embassy will be via the Consular Section at the Basement until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and offer our sincere thanks for your patience, support and cooperation.

If you have any comments or concerns, please contact us at info@ethioembassy.org.uk or call us at 020 7589 7212.

With thanks,
Embassy of Ethiopia
LONDON

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EMBASSY REFURBISHMENT – GROUND FLOOR

July 5, 2017

Please be advised that access to the Embassy is now via the Consular Section at the BASEMENT, until further notice, while the Embassy is undergoing major renovation works.

During this time, we apologise for any inconvenience caused and offer our sincere thanks for your patience, support and cooperation.

If you have any comments or concerns, please contact us at info@ethioembassy.org.uk or call us at 020 7589 7212.

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