The Embassy, with deep sorrow, regrets to share the sad news of the passing of five-year old Isaac Paulos, a British national of Ethiopian origin. Seven British nationals of Ethiopian origin are still missing.
28 Jun 2017
Grenfell Tower Block Fire – Update
As part of our broader goals to improve the health and well-being of our people, ensure health security and fulfill our obligations under the 2005 International Health Regulation (IHR), Ethiopia has consistently demonstrated its commitment to strengthen public health and animal health systems.
16 May 2017
Statement by the Government of Ethiopia
The state of emergency directive which requested that diplomats alert the control post if they planned to travel beyond a 40km (25 mile) radius of Addis Ababa has been lifted.
8 Nov 2016
Travel Restrictions on Diplomats Lifted
15 Mar 2016
Statement on the incident in Leeds
The Ethiopian Embassy in London wishes to express its indignation at the outrageous and unlawful incident that took place in Leeds, UK over the weekend by individuals flaunting the banners of opposition groups outlawed in Ethiopia.
23 Feb 2016
Statement on the latest report by Human Rights Watch
Human Rights Watch has once again come out with a report on Ethiopia with particular emphasis on the disturbances which took place in some parts of Oromia region. As usual, the report was neither a result of thorough research nor does it make a convincing effort to substantiate the allegations it contains.
15 Apr 2015
Response to the Guardian’s article on land grabs
Ethiopia does not engage in land grabbing and, as our economic track record clearly shows, the vast majority of Ethiopians have benefitted from the growth and sustainable development programme under implementation, the facts and figures of which have been verified on the ground by institutions with the know-how and hands-on experience to produce credible reports.
16 Feb 2015
Response to the Independent on the Andargachew Tsege case
Response to the Independent article titled, Ethiopia refuses to allow access to imprisoned British citizen, published on 9th February 2015.
23 Jan 2015
Response to HRW report on press freedom in Ethiopia
Human Rights Watch have launched yet another attack against the Ethiopian Government. It is a well-known fact that HRW has been waging a campaign of vilification against Ethiopia under the guise of a range of issues. This time, the chosen theme was media freedom and the upcoming general elections.