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28 Oct 2020
Dine For Ethiopia: Leave A Legacy
H.E. Gedu Andargachew, Ethiopia's Minister of Foreign Affairs, summoned the US Ambassador, H.E. Mike Raynor, to seek clarification on the remarks made by the US President regarding the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam during his telephone conversation with the Prime Ministers Sudan and Israel.
24 Oct 2020
Ethiopia seeks clarification on the statement President Trump made on the GERD
Ethiopia's aspiration and commitment for development is best demonstrated through the unanimous support and contribution to the construction of the GERD. Ethiopia will not cave-in to aggressions of any kind, nor do we give recognition to a right that is entirely based on colonial treaties.
24 Oct 2020
The GERD is an affirmation of Ethiopia’s commitment for equitable and reasonable utilisation of the Abbay River
Amid the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic, new health guidelines have been put in place for all travellers entering Ethiopia. Effective immediately, all travellers, over the age of ten, are required to provide a certificate of negative COVID-19 RT-PCR test, taken no later than five days prior to arrival in Ethiopia.
21 Oct 2020
COVID-19: Entry Requirements for Travellers to Ethiopia
Guest editorial by H.E. Teferi Melesse Desta on his first weeks in London as the new Ethiopian Ambassador to the United Kingdom.
9 Oct 2020
My first weeks in London
On 5th October, British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson MP, appointed Lord Bates as the new Trade Envoy to Ethiopia. Lord Bates said he looks forward to meeting those responsible for the success of trade and investment between the UK and Ethiopia and listening to their views on how we can expand this in the future.
6 Oct 2020
Lord Bates appointed as new Trade Envoy to Ethiopia
Shura Kitata won the London Marathon on 4th October, producing a devastating sprint finish to depose four-time winner and world-record holder Eliud Kipchoge and become only the third Ethiopian to win the elite men’s title. In the women’s race, Ethiopia’s Ashete Bekere and Alemu Megertu finished in 4th and 5th places.
5 Oct 2020
Shura Kitata sprints to London Marathon victory