View of the Protocol Courtyard from the Kurstrasse

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Commemoration 2014

Read on for information about all events held at the Federal Foreign Office as well as speeches and articles given or published by the Foreign Minister in connection with the centenary. more

An evening of debate: Security policy in East Asia in the light of the July 1914 crisis

This was the third debate hosted by Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Prof. Alexander Koch, President of the German Historical Museum Foundation, as part of the 1914/2014 year of commemoration. This time the debate in the Schlüterhof at the German Historical Museum focused on East Asia.... more

Foreign Minister Steinmeier meets Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi

Federal Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier today (10 April) welcomed Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi, Opposition leader from Myanmar, at the Federal Foreign Office. more

Lebanon: Minister of State Böhmer meets former Prime Minister Mikati

The meeting at the Federal Foreign Office took place against the background of the ongoing Syria crisis. Germany is helping Lebanon to stabilise and master the Syrian refugee crisis. more

Safely destroying Syria’s chemical weapons

The German Bundestag has agreed that the Bundeswehr will provide the necessary protection for Syria’s chemical weapons to be destroyed at sea.

Foreign policy is the opposite of undue military zeal

In the Bundestag debate on the Federal Foreign Office budget for 2014 Federal Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier expressed his views on the principles of German foreign policy. more

Preparing for the FIFA World Cup

The website of Germany’s missions in Brazil provides German football fans with information about venues, travel advice and places to contact in emergencies. more

German Information Centres

German Information Centres (GIC) are designed to provide information about Germany in their host countries and rally support for German positions. These centres aim to arouse interest in Germany particularly among important young multipliers in the regional partner countries. more


Reichstag dome

Coming to Germany

Perhaps you are planning a trip? Or you want to spend a longer period in Germany on a school or university exchange? Maybe you like to work here.

In any case, you can find out more here.