This is to inform the general public that the Federal Government of Nigeria has declared Tuesday, 19th of November 2018 to mark Id-El-Maulud, consequently, the Chancery will be closed on that day.
Please note that the High Commission will reopen to the public on Wednesday, 20th of November 2018 at 9.30am.
On behalf of the High Commissioner, we wish you a very happy celebration.
Nigeria High Commission
That’s it for another year. With over 400 sessions on the official programme (160 of which were broadcast live on our website), it can be hard keeping up with everything happening at our Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. To help you get your head round it all, here’s a recap of some (but by no […]
Nigeria is one of the countries in Sub-Saharan Africa on which Switzerland focuses its greatest efforts to safeguard its interests. Relations are good and close, encompassing not only economic matters but also high-level political meetings, institutionalised talks on human rights issues and a migration partnership. Key aspects of diplomatic relations Relations between Switzerland and Nigeria […]
Today Switzerland and Nigeria have held talks on the migration partnership between the two countries, on the occasion of the visit to Switzerland of Nigerian Secretary of State Martin Uhomoibhi. The discussions covered joint activities and projects in various areas, such as police cooperation and cooperation with the Nigerian diaspora in the area of professional […]
Nigeria and Switzerland concluded Migration Partnership Bern. Switzerland and Nigeria have today successfully concluded negotiations on a migration partnership between the two countries. This was the highlight of a working visit of the Permanent Secretary of the Nigerian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Dr. Martin Uhomoibhi, in Bern, where he met with the State Secretary […]