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Telephone conversation with Prime Minister of Ethiopia Abiy Ahmed

April 7, 2020

Vladimir Putin had a telephone conversation with Prime Minister of the Federative Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Abiy Ahmed at the Ethiopian side’s initiative.

Tags: foreign policy, Ethiopia

Meeting with Prime Minister of Ethiopia Abiy Ahmed

October 23, 2019

Vladimir Putin had a meeting with Prime Minister of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Abiy Ahmed on the sidelines of the Russia−Africa Summit in Sochi.

Tags: foreign policy, Ethiopia, Krasnodar Territory

Condolences to Ethiopia’s President and Prime Minister over crash of passenger aircraft

March 10, 2019

Vladimir Putin sent a message of condolences to President of Ethiopia Sahle-Work Zewde and Prime Minister of Ethiopia Abiy Ahmed in connection with the crash of a passenger aircraft outside Addis Ababa.

Tags: foreign policy, Ethiopia

Presentation of foreign ambassadors’ letters of credence

May 28, 2015

Vladimir Putin received letters of credence from 13 foreign ambassadors in a ceremony in the Grand Kremlin Palace’s Alexander Hall.

Tags: foreign policy, Albania, Austria, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Monaco, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Slovakia, South Africa, South Sudan

Congratulations to Prime Minister of Ethiopia Hailemariam Desalegn

January 30, 2013

Vladimir Putin sent a telegram of congratulations to Prime Minister of Ethiopia Hailemariam Desalegn following his election as Chairman of the African Union.

Tags: foreign policy, Ethiopia

Presentation by foreign ambassadors of their letters of credence

July 14, 2011

Dmitry Medvedev received letters of credence from eleven new ambassadors to the Russian Federation from Argentina, Burundi, Vietnam, Zimbabwe, India, Rwanda, El Salvador, Vatican, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia and Japan.

Tags: foreign policy, Argentina, Burundi, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, India, Japan, Rwanda, Vatican City, Vietnam, Zimbabwe