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Ethiopian passport

Ethiopian passport
Image of a current Ethiopian passport
Issued by  Ethiopia
Type of document Passport
Purpose Identification
Eligibility requirements Ethiopian citizenship
The front cover of a passport from the era of the People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

The Ethiopian passport is a travel document issued to citizens of Ethiopia for international travel. The document is a biometric machine-readable passport with a burgundy cover with the text "Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia" above the coat of arms, and the text "passport" below it in English and Amharic.[1] The passport is valid for 5 years and contains 32 pages.

New passport requirements

Ethiopian citizens may obtain passports at several different locations designated by the government. At the Ethiopian embassy in London the application fee is £30, and in Washington, D.C. it is $50.

See also


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External links

  • New Passport Requirements - Ethiopian embassy in London
  • Nelson Mandela's first Ethiopian passport
  • Ethiopian embassy in Washington
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