The Embassy of Ethiopia in Berlin
Address: Boothstrasse 20a, 12207 Berlin, Germany
Tel.: +49 (0)30 307 720 628
Amb. Mulu Solomon Bezuneh
Amb. Mulu Solomon Bezuneh can speak English, Aramaic and Oromo.
Mulu Solomon Bezuneh has more than 25 years of experience in leadership and management in higher education, business, consultancy and training in government and the private sector. Shortly before assuming the position as Ambassador to Germany (also designated to Poland, Czechia, Slovakia, and the Ukraine), she was Chair of the Council and Lecturer at the Ethiopian Institute of Architecture, Building Construction and City Development (EiABC), Addis Ababa University, and has taught courses in entrepreneurship, quality management, communication and leadership. She has also held the Chair of Entrepreneurship, Leader and Trainers. She was Member of the Ethiopian Public Diplomacy, Member of Board of Directors for Wachamo University. She was Honorary President of Ethiopian Chamber of Commerce and Sectorial Associations, Ambassador for Business Community – Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce & Sectorial Associations, Policy Advisory Group Member of Higher Education, among others. Ambassador Bezuneh is also a poet, an author as well as a motivational public speaker and panellist on many national, regional and international conferences. She has also founded and served as president for the Ethiopian Women Writers Association.
Germany and Ethiopia have a diplomatic relationship dating back over one hundred years. Ethiopia has learnt a lot from Germany, especially in the area of federalism, as well as education and human resource development. Nowadays Ethiopia is transforming its agrarian economy and follows a path of industrialization. Germany's considerable experience in engineering, technical and vocational training and in institutional capacity building, could be of great value to Ethiopia.