Ethiopian flag Embassy of Ethiopia in Beirut

AddressZein Building, 1nd Floor
Rond Point Tayouneh
Beirut
Lebanon
PostalPO Box 165905, Beirut
Visas & Consularlocal: (01) 388.921
international: +961.1.388.921
Faxlocal: (01) 388.787
international: +961.1.388.787
Emaileth_con_leb8@hotmail.com

Comments on this Embassy

Patricia F.
Tue, 23 Feb 2021 05:32 EST
Passport renewal
Please I would like to know the fee concerning a renewal of the Ethiopian Passport in Lebanon.
I tried contacting the Embassy in Lebanon all day long no active line.
Will be waiting a reply as soon as possible.
mounir
Fri, 11 Dec 2020 03:00 EST
query
we want to know if an Ethiopian house helper whom we did an entry work visa to Lebanon
is she allowed by Ethiopian authorities to travel to Lebanon
Nesriya
Tue, 8 Dec 2020 12:06 EST
Abdo
Embassy number
Adel
Mon, 7 Dec 2020 16:51 EST
Our helper at home
Our helper at home in Lebanon needs to return to her family and husband. It seems to me that you, the Ethiopian Government, are so cruel hat you allow yourselves to abonden your citizens. Do you have a heart??? Act now and let your own sites and daughters, who need to return, to return home with dignity.
suzan.wardan
Fri, 4 Dec 2020 04:30 EST
Renewal Fee
Good Day,
Please I would like to know the fee concerning a renewal of the Ethiopian Passport in Lebanon.
I tried contacting the Embassy in Lebanon all day long no active line.
Will be waiting a reply as soon as possible.
Ramzi Abdulbaki
Wed, 11 Nov 2020 07:49 EST
Visa for new Maid/Helper,
Can you please advise if Ethiopian helpers can travel to Beirut?
Our helper would like to return to Lebanon.

please confirm that she can travel back before i purchase the ticket.

many thanks.
Ramzi
Rimane Nachawaty
Mon, 9 Nov 2020 10:15 EST
passport renewal
hello, please i want to get details about the passport renewal. and do they accept the amount in LPB or only in $?
Henk Bruning
Tue, 9 Jun 2020 15:11 EDT
dropped housekeepers deserve your assistance now
Dear Sir, Madam,

I can imagine that you don’t know what to don with your countrywomen in front of your embassy.
They are victims of desperate and immoral people who - we don’t the reason - get rid of their personal assistants.
Your people lose their passports and income and are now dependent from you and helpful Lebanon people.

The news is, here in The Netherlands, that you are not communicating with your people. Is it because of shame, desperation or disbelief.
Any way: it’s horrible that women who feel responsible for their clients and their family in Ethiopia are dumped like, as they say, as dogs.

I call you to help your people, they deserve and you will improve the image of your country.
As a diplomat you have good relations with your colleagues of other countries. Please don’t hesitate to ask them for help to avoid a new human desastreuze.

I’m a Dutch citizen, so I send a copy of this mail to my ambassador Mr. Jan Waltmans. bei@minbuza.nl

I hope my call is encouraging you and your staff to do what is your duty: provide assistance to your countrymen.

Wishing you courage, wisdom and a warm heart,

Sincerely,

Henk Bruning
international expert Good governance & Integrity
Hayat zrein
Thu, 4 Jun 2020 14:43 EDT
Problem paying to the maid
My maid had to go to Ethiopia urgently.how can u help.pllllzzzz
Rayya
Wed, 3 Jun 2020 05:10 EDT
Contract Ended
Our helper's contract has ended and she wants to go back to Ethiopia. We have been trying to reach the embassy but to no avail. What can we do? How can we contact the embassy?

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