Monday, July 4, 2022

Indian Embassy gets new building in Ethiopia

External Affairs Minister of India Dr S Jaishankar inaugurates new building

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EAM inaugurates Indian Embassy building in Ethiopian capitalAddis Ababa/New Delhi:

External Affairs Minister of India Dr S Jaishankar inaugurated the new Indian Embassy Chancery building in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Wednesday.

Dr Jaishankar made a stopover in Addis Ababa on way to Kigali, Rwanda, for the 26th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM).

He will represent Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the Commonwealth Summit on June 24-25, and attend the pre-CHOGM Foreign Ministers’ Meeting on June 23 in Kigali.

After the formal inauguration of the new Indian Embassy Chancery building, Dr Jaishankar thanked the Ethiopian Minister of Women and Social Affairs Ergogie Tesfaye and the State Minister for Foreign Affairs Tesfaye Yilma for joining the inaugural event.

Dr Jaishankar made a stopover in Addis Ababa on way to Kigali, Rwanda, for the 26th Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM)

In a series of tweets the Indian External Affairs Minister expressed his happiness over new Indian Embassy Chancery building in Ethiopia:.

— “Was a pleasure to formally inaugurate the new Indian Embassy Chancery building in Addis Ababa. Congratulate Ambassador @IndiaInEthiopia and his team for a great job.

— “Thank Minister of Women and Social Affairs @ErgogieTesfaye and State Minister for Foreign Affairs Tesfaye Yilma for joining me on this occasion

— “Was a pleasure to meet Minister of Women and Social Affairs @ErgogieTesfaye of Ethiopia.

— “She did her PhD under @ICCR_hq scholarship. Great to hear her speak Telugu.” the minister posted.

Dr S Jaishankar is leading the Indian delegation to the CHOGM, which had earlier been postponed twice due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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