Mozambique flag Embassy of Mozambique in Addis Ababa

AddressHigher 17, Kebele 23, House 2116 K
Bole Area
Addis Abeba (Addis Ababa)
Phonelocal: (011) 372.9199
international: +251.11.372.9199
Faxlocal: (011) 372.9197
international: +251.11.372.9197

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Tue, 6 Jun 2017 02:39 EDT
Please pick your phone guys
Billie Wong
Tue, 24 Jan 2017 02:58 EST
How many days for the visa application procedure?
Hi, I am a Hong Kong passport holder and would like to visit Mozambique in march~ i am currently in Addis~ but will leave in a week~ therefore, I would like to know how long will the visa application take and what document need to be prepared:) thanks a lot:))
Mon, 21 Nov 2016 01:36 EST
applying a visiting visa to maputo
hello there can a cameronian citzen apply for a visiter visa from addis ababa?
Sat, 3 Sep 2016 15:43 EDT
visa to Mozambique
tadesse ERIDADO
Sat, 27 Feb 2016 15:34 EST
visa to maputo
peter chinwendu Akosa
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 01:07 EST
visa application of Mozambique
Which country will be closer for me as a nigeria to apply for Mozambique visa as they dont have embassy in nigeria
mendes rosa
Mon, 27 Oct 2014 05:45 EDT
hello there , we are from mozambique department of home affairs , we have sended yewbdar adugna ayalaw a copy of her entry visa in mozambique it is all confirmed here in maputo -matola direcao de migracao -matola we want to know why are you asking us to call if we already autorized her a visa and when we call your lines are always busy how do you work , and why are you not giving yewbdar a visa ? Thank you !
Fri, 4 Jul 2014 02:32 EDT
phone numbers
I have been trying since yesterday to reach you and it is practically impossible. Can you pls include at least one mobile phone number that we can use?

Thank you.
Sat, 22 Feb 2014 05:03 EST
not sensible
After visiting and calling the Mozambique embassy here in Addis Ababa for one week and trying to pick up brochures about Mozambique, the receptionist finally answered the telephone today. She transferred me to the counselor, but he did not answer the telephone. I called back and the receptionist told me that she was going directly to the counselor regarding my call. I talked to the counselor and asked if he could have the brochures ready for me to pick up, in which he agreed to do.

After about an hour later, I arrived at the embassy, but the brochures were not ready. Also, the counselor ignored me while he served other customers whom had come in after me. I questioned him about this. He, then, told me that someone was going to give me brochures and talk to me, although I had only called and come to receive brochures. Shortly afterwards, the counselor gave me a Facts about Mozambique brochure and told me that he and this “someone” had to go to an emergency meeting. He told me to wait for them to come back and that this someone was going to give me more brochures after they returned. I asked the counselor for the name of the counselors’ supervisor. He told me Tito. I figured out this was the someone he had kept referring to.

I went to Tito about all of the bad service I had received. He, first, said that the embassy had not answered the telephone for a week because of work that was being done on a building next to the embassy. Then, Tito told me that the counselor never told him that I came to pick up brochures. To expedite matters, I simply asked him if he had any other brochures to give me. He, strangely, refused to answer me.

After I left the embassy, I ironically saw a friend of mine who told me about different people, including himself, whom had received bad services at the embassy. While I cannot speak for this, the services I received did not seem sensible and it was unprofessional.
Tue, 4 Feb 2014 07:45 EST
phone line
how on earth expecting us to find you with no phone?? your phone always don't pick up or doesn't work. this is very unprofessional to represent a country. i don't think you need to hide if you here to give service

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