Ethiopian Federal Communication Affairs Office Conducted training on the use of Social Medias

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Ethiopians residing in Washington DC and Sounding areas say Enough is Enough

Angered by the recent trespassing at the Ethiopian Embassy in Washington DC by few lawless individuals in a clear violation of Ethiopia’s sovereignty, Ethiopians rallied in front of the US State Department (Ministry of Foreign Affairs). By first recognizing the excellent diplomatic relationship Ethiopia and the US are enjoying currently, the rally participants strongly denounced the continuous harassment to Ethiopian government officials that recently reached new height when the few extremists stormed into the Ethiopian Embassy and brought down the Ethiopian flag. The slogans chanted during the demonstration include Enough is Enough, Stop Gangs that Invade Embassies, Protect Our Flag, No to Another Benghazi, which is a clear reminder about the recent tragic loss of lives including American ambassador to Libya, due to lack of enough protection.

UTNA leadership and members share the anger of many Ethiopians. UTNA will continue to monitor the situation and work with concerned bodies, so that such shameful acts are not repeated. UTNA also stands by the side of Mr. Solomon Gebreslassie, who bravely stood his ground to protect the respect and dignity of our flag/country.


Storming of Ethiopian Embassy put State Department’s integrity to test

This week Washington D.C. observed the storming of Ethiopian Embassy followed by a couple of gun shots and a brief media frenzy. The incident did not only mark a worrisome escalation of the confrontation between the Ethiopian government and opposition hardliners but also cast doubt on the integrity of the State Department as well as the overrated American media. Read more

Local news about the incident @ Ethiopian Embassy
 Interview with Ambassador Girma Biru

Ethiopia ‘quite different’ from other African countries, says Swedish entrepreneur

Ethiopia is home to the biggest population of cattle in Africa. The leather and textile industry is central to the economy of the East African nation and has attracted millions of dollars in foreign investment. There are over 230 textile and garment factories in Ethiopia.

In 2010 Swedish entrepreneurs Madeleine Rosberg and Stephanie Persson started Responsify AB, a company that helps retailers in western markets source textile and leather products in sub-Saharan Africa.

Responsify works with factories that manufacture cotton and leather goods such as T-shirts, leggings, skirts, bags, gloves, shoes and belts. In addition to Ethiopia, the company also has a presence in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda.

Rosberg believes Ethiopia is one of the markets with “great potential”.

‘Africa is hip right now’

“Ethiopia has a big population of 90m people. Adults all need work. They also have raw materials given that they have the largest population of cattle in Africa,” she says. “Other countries like Kenya and Uganda also have potential but on a smaller scale.” Read the details


Books for High Schools in Tigray

Public meeting in Tri-States to discuss investment opportunities and diaspora policy

We salute Rewina Gebru - a model for Diaspora kids

VOA  - Social and political culture of Ethiopians in Diaspora 



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