Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed is deeply honoured and humbled by the recognition of the Nobel Committee. The Prize will give a significant boost to the Prime Minister’s deep commitment to the twin goals of peace and development in Ethiopia and the entire continent.
10 Dec 2019
Statement from the Prime Minister’s Office following the awarding of the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize
Nobel Lecture given by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2019, H.E. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali in Oslo on 10 December 2019. Prime Minister Abiy is the first Ethiopian to be awarded a Nobel Prize. This year’s prize is also the 100th Nobel Peace Prize.
10 Dec 2019
“Forging A Durable Peace in the Horn of Africa” – PM Abiy’s Nobel Lecture
According to the Ethiopian Space Science and Technology Institute, Ethiopia will launch its first-ever satellite into space on 17th December. The satellite will provide data on changes in climate and weather-related phenomena that will be used for agriculture, forestry and natural resource conservation activities.
26 Nov 2019
Ethiopia to launch first satellite in December
British quadruple amputee, Alex Lewis, Ethiopian double amputee Emebet Dires, accompanied by the Wild Wheelchairs Project team successfully reached the Ras Dashen Summit at 4,533 metres on 6th October.
31 Oct 2019
THEY DID IT! UK and Ethiopian amputee duo ascend Ethiopia’s highest mountain
The 12th Social Enterprise World Forum (SEWF) - the leading forum for international exchange and collaboration in social entrepreneurship and social investment - was held in Addis Ababa from 23rd–25th October, the first time the forum was held in a developing country.
28 Oct 2019
Ethiopia successfully hosts the Social Enterprise World Forum
Ambassador Fesseha was presented with the BRAAD Award (British Award for African Development) for "The Embassy with Outstanding International Relations in 2019" at a ceremony hosted by the patron of the awards and the British Prime Minister's Trade Envoy to Ethiopia, Mr Jeremy Lefroy MP.
25 Oct 2019
Embassy receives BRAAD Award for “Outstanding International Relations”
On 23rd October 2019, H.E. Ambassador Fesseha Shawel Gebre, was invited to Buckingham Palace by Her Majesty The Queen to formally present his credentials. In a ceremony, which is steeped in tradition and royal pageantry, Ambassador Fesseha was accompanied by his wife, Mrs Asegedech Amberber, and four senior diplomats.
24 Oct 2019
Ambassador Fesseha presents his credentials to Her Majesty The Queen
Back in June, Lemn Sissay was chosen as the recipient of the PEN Pinter Prize 2019. At the Prize ceremony, held on Thursday 10th October at the British Library, it was announced that Ethiopian writer, activist and co-founder of blogging platform Zone 9 Befeqadu Hailu is this year’s International Writer of Courage.
14 Oct 2019
Lemn Sissay and Befeqadu Hailu share PEN Pinter Prize