History

The embassy of the federal democratic republic of Ethiopia to Ireland is opened in Dublin city in August 2003.

From August 2003 to January 2009 the mission was located on the first floor of Merion house at 1,2,3 Fitzwilliam  street lower, Dublin 2.

Currently the mission is located at 2nd and 3rd floor of 26 upper Fitzwilliam street, Dublin 2.

Heads of mission from establishment

Mr. Goitom Kahsay, Charge d’ affairs a.i., has been heading the mission from August 2003 to April 2006.

From May 2006 to December 2010 the mission has been headed by H.E. Mr. Zerihun Retta Shumeye, Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary.

In January 2011 H.E. Mrs. Lela-alem Gebreyohannes Tedla, Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary, has assumed duty of head of mission.

 

Embassy staff

  • H.E. Mrs. Lela-alem Gebreyohannes Tedla (Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary) Head of mission
  • Mr. Mulugeta Asserrat Kassa (Counselor) PR,
  • Ms. Etetu Gezmu Liche (Attaché) Finance, Admin and consular service

 

Contact

26 Upper Fitzwilliam street

Dublin 2

Telephone 00353 678 70 62/3

Fax            00353 678 70 65

E-mail        This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Bus route numbers

Route numbers 10, 37, 38,38A, 39A and 70 may bring you up to Baggot Street lower; get off at the station near Bank of Ireland branch and take the first left at the traffic light to Upper Fitzwilliam Street. In about 100 meters you may find the Embassy located on the same street to your left.(look for the green, yellow and read flag).


Alternatively Route numbers 7b, 7d, 11, 11a, 11b, 46a, 46e, 116, 118 and 145 may bring you up to Leeson Street lower; get off at the station near Leeson Bridge and take the first left at the traffic light to Fitzwilliam Place. In about 300 meters you may find the Embassy located on Upper Fitzwilliam Street to your right.(look for the green, yellow and read flag).


You may also use all the routes coming to St. Stephens Green park area and walk for about 10 minutes to the Embassy.

Last Updated (Thursday, 03 February 2011 18:32)