NEWS AND EVENTS
On July 3rd, 2018, Ntate S'khulumi Paul Ntsoaole did receive his Credentials as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Lesotho to Ireland. In April His Majesty King Letsie III, appointed Ntate Ntsoaole to Ambassador Designate of Lesotho to Ireland. Ntate S'khulumi Paul Ntsoaole has background as former minister for Government of Lesotho, Minister of Trade and Industry, Cooperatives and Marketing and from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Relations to Lesotho. He has studied at universities in the United Kingdom and the United States.
The Embassy of Lesotho in Dublin, is also accredited to the five Nordic countries on a non-resident basis, namely, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Sweden and Norway. (Photo: The Embassy, Dublin).
The office of the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Lesotho has announced that His Majesty King Letsie III has declared June 03, 2017 as date for the holding of National Assembly Elections.
Lesotho has not yet reached the possibility of allowing its nationals to vote outside of the country. There is no provisions for people to vote outside of The Kingdom of Lesotho, except for those who have registered as advanced voters.
Regarding H.E. Ambassador Paramente Phamotse, the Government of Lesotho has determined that his period as Ambassador in Dublin, ends April 2, 2017. On this date he did depart from Ireland for good, to return to Lesotho marking the end of his tenure
The Counsellor, Mr. Kutloano Pheko, has taking over as Charge D ’Affairs at The Embassy of The Kingdom of Lesotho in Dublin.
In October 2015 The Norwegian-Afrian Business Assosiasion (NABA) had invited for a the yearly summit in Oslo. More than 400 participants took part in the event, which this year where extended to the Nordic countries. The theme for this year’s Nordic-African Business Summit was “Linking Nordic Capabilities with African Opportunities”. On behalf of The Embassy of The Kingdom of Lesotho in Ireland, The Honorary Consul of Lesotho in Norway, mr. Trond Filberg, was representing The Kingdom of Lesotho. See the report HERE.