The tense situation in eastern Ukraine was the focus of the talks held with the Foreign Ministers of France, Russia and Ukraine in Villa Borsig in Berlin on Wednesday (11 May) at the invitation of Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
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Progress on security in eastern Ukraine at the Foreign Ministers’ meeting The tense situation in eastern Ukraine was the focus of the talks held with the Foreign Ministers of France, Russia and Ukraine in Villa Borsig in Berlin on Wednesday (11 May) at the invitation of Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
G7 Foreign Ministers Meeting in Hiroshima The G7 Foreign Ministers and the EU High Representative called for a world without nuclear weapons at their meeting in Japan. They remembered the victims of the atomic bomb in August 1945.
German travelling exhibition on the energy transition to start its world tour in China Foreign Minister Steinmeier opened a travelling exhibition on Germany’s Energiewende, the transformation of the country’s energy system, in Beijing on Friday (8 April). Germany’s energy policy is a subject of great interest around the world. With its decision to increase energy efficiency, expand renewable...
Steinmeier in China for talks Foreign Minister Steinmeier travelled to China from 8 to 10 April. He discussed specific areas of enhanced cooperation with his Chinese counterpart, Wang Yi, in Beijing – covering bilateral issues and a number of matters of global politics. Steinmeier also opened a travelling exhibition on Germany's...
Focus on the work of the OSCE during visit to Central Asia In his capacity as Chairperson-in-Office, Foreign Minister Steinmeier used his visit to Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to gain an impression of the extensive work the OSCE does in Central Asia. His talks in the three landlocked Central Asian states focused not only on bilateral relations but also...
Germany in the Globalised World Germany is interconnected with the world beyond its borders like hardly any other country. German foreign policy must retain its creative power, use its rooms for manoeuvre and be able to act and react quickly, decidedly and substantially.