Foreign Minister Heiko Maas welcomed his Turkish colleague Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu to Berlin for talks.
The situation in Syria remains catastrophic. Today, urgently needed financial aid will be pooled at a joint EU and UN conference in Brussels. Germany will pledge 1.7 billion euro.
On 24 January 1861, Japan and Prussia signed a treaty on friendship, shipping and trade which laid the foundation for 160 years of diplomatic relations. We have become close partners who are committed to working for peace, disarmament, multilateralism, democracy and free trade.
Two years ago, the National Museum in Rio de Janeiro, the largest natural history and ethnological museum in Latin America, was consumed by a devastating fire.
One week after the explosions in Beirut, Lebanese people are protesting against the government, which has now resigned. What are the demonstrators calling for, and what is Germany seeking to accomplish?
With a view to the upcoming holiday period, the European Foreign Ministers today continued their endeavours to coordinate safe travel in Europe, which they began three weeks ago at Foreign Minister Heiko Maas‘s Suggestion.