The first phase an e-Visa service for international visitors to Ethiopia has commenced, effective 12 June 2017. The e-Visa is processed and issued online where applicants apply, pay and secure their entry visa online.
13 Jun 2017
Ethiopia Launches Online Entry Visa Application and Issuance (E-Visa)
Ethiopia celebrates the 76th Anniversary of the end of Italian occupation - brought about by her patriots’ 5 years (1935-1941) resistance to fascist Italy’s second attempt to turn Ethiopia into a fully-fledged colony.
4 May 2017
Patriots’ Victory Day
The FCO no longer advises against “all but essential travel to the Amhara and Oromia regions”. The revised advisory will have a positive impact on tourism.
5 Dec 2016
A welcome revision of FCO travel advice on 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
13 May 2015
Ethiopia Appoints Honorary Consul in Scotland
Ethiopia has appointed an Honorary Consul for Scotland for the very first time. As Honorary Consul, Professor Struthers will assist Ethiopia in its efforts to increase its links with Scotland.
The people and government of Ethiopia are greatly saddened by the barbarous killing of innocent Ethiopian Christians in Libya. Ethiopia strongly condemns the killings, even more so when they were supposedly committed in the name of religion.
21 Apr 2015
Government of Ethiopia condemns killing of its nationals
7 Nov 2014
Ethiopia celebrated in World Travel Market week
Ethiopia participated in the World Travel Market (WTM) exhibition in London from 3rd – 6th November, 2014. A cultural event composed of a public lecture, cultural music show and photo exhibition took place at the Royal Geographic Society.
29 Oct 2014
Join us in Celebration of Ethiopian Culture
Ethiopia will celebrate World Travel Market week with an event on the ancient Aksumite civilisation at the Royal Geographical Society (IBG) by Professor David Phillipson, who was the first professor of African archaeology at Cambridge University. There will also be an exhibition by photographer, Chris Roche.