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High Commission of the Kingdom of Lesotho

1820-130 Albert Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 5G4
Tel: + 1-613-234-0770
Fax: +1-613-234-5665

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DECLARATION OF AN EMERGENCY ON FOOD SECURITY IN LESOTHO As you recall, Lesotho has experienced declining levels of food productions from 2005/06 to 2008/09. The level of production peaked in 2009/2010 and then started to decline in 2010/11 due to the devastating heavy rains that destroyed infrastructure, crops and housing..... More

Statement by Senator Don Meredith on the Lesotho Food Crisis Lesotho government has suspended both domestic and foreign adoptions due to various reports of human trafficking as well as abuse around the world. This is in an effort to ensure that Basotho children who have been adopted in foreign countries are not abused.. More

LIBYAN UPRISING – 25 February, 2011: The Government of the Kingdom of Lesotho wishes to express its grave concern at the unfolding developments in Libya... More

LESOTHO AND CUBA SIGN 5th INTERGOVERNMENTAL JOINT COMMISSION – Havana, CUBA, 27 November, 2008: The Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Relations Hon. Mohlabi Tsekoa signed the 5th Intergovernmental Commission for Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation between Lesotho and Cuba... More

LESOTHO’S RICH AND UNIQUE CULTURAL HERITAGE SHOWCASED IN OTTAWA - Ottawa, Canada April 12, 2008 – Lesotho High Commission in collaboration with the Royal Commonwealth Society, Ottawa organized an event to showcase Lesotho’s culture and promote tourism. The event took place at the Ottawa Citizen Office...More

HER EXCELLENCY MS. MOTŠEOA SENYANE CELEBRATES SEFAPANONG TURNBULL SCHOOL RELATIONSHIP - On Thursday, February 14, 2008 Her Excellency Ms. Motseoa Senyane joined Ms. Mary Ann Turnbull, the Principal of Turnbull Elementary School to celebrate Sefapanong Primary – Turnbull Elementary School relationship...More

PRE001 Lesotho Hoists New Flag – 03 October, 2006 (PDF)
MASERU 03 OCTOBER 2006. Tomorrow on the 4th October, Lesotho will be celebrating her 40th anniversary of Independence. This year, celebrations are being marked in a different and special manner with events stretching over four days...More


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