ABOUT EMBASSY


The Embassy of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in Washington DC is the main diplomatic mission of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in the United States America. The mission of the Embassy is to maintain and advance the bilateral relations between Ethiopia and the United States and to serve Ethiopian Citizens in the United States.

 

The Embassy carries out government-to-government and people-to-people diplomacy and serves as a vital resource for Ethiopians in the United States of America and the Ethiopian-American community. Besides, the Embassy promotes Ethiopia’s cultural values, untapped tourism potentials as well as trade and investment opportunities. The Embassy is also accredited to Mexico and Jamaica.

Ambassador Fitsum Arega

NOTICE

CONSULAR SERVICES

The Embassy of Ethiopia in Washington DC provides consular services to all members of the Ethiopian Diaspora and others nationals residing or/and temporarily staying in the United States of America. This section provides a general overview and information on some of the consular services for all customers who would like to travel to Ethiopia and others seeking various consular services.

POWER OF ATTORNEY

Ethiopian Power of Attorney (E-POA) services is the critical link between the Ethiopian diaspora community and mainland Ethiopia. For anyone trying ..

Or Call E-POA : +1 202 800 4410

VISA

All foreign nationals who seek to enter Ethiopia require a visa. However, Ethiopian origin ID holders and travellers who arrive in Addis Ababa Bole International….

PASSPORT SERVICE

The Embassy of Ethiopia is currently issuing only a new Electronic passport that requires mandatory finger print…

Authentication & Legalization Service

All documents originating in Ethiopia should be authenticated by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia.

LAISSEZ PASSER

The Embassy of Ethiopia issues a laissez-passer for Ethiopian nationals who have emergency…

OTHER SERVICES

The Government of Ethiopia depends upon Ethiopian Airlines to set the regulations for the transport of human remains..

NEWS AND MEDIA

Read the latest news and analysis on the activity of the embassy and current affairs in Ethiopia.

Ethiopia yesterday reported 480 new COVID19 cases out of 4,968 laboratory tests conducted in 24 hours. This brings the total
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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia, Demeke Mekonnen, today spoke over the phone with Foreign Ministers
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In his explanation at the 6th year 2nd extraordinary session of the parliament, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed underlined that Ethiopia is a
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Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Demeke Mekonnen exchanged views with Foreign Minister of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
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