Ten years ago, Gaddafi’s rule ended and Libya descended into civil war; international actors provided increasing military support for this war over time. The situation has improved significantly since the Berlin Process began in 2019. Minister of State Annen is travelling to Tripoli today.
The German Government is working to ensure the fair and efficient distribution of vaccines and is supporting the global efforts to fight the pandemic to the tune of 2.2 billion euro. What is more, Germany is providing third states with 100 million vaccine doses.
The Federal Foreign Office supports democracy-building and reform processes in North Africa and the Middle East. The newly established Ta’ziz partnership for democracy will support future projects in Iraq, Lebanon, Tunisia and the Sudan.
Heiko Maas is travelling to Luxembourg today, where he and his EU counterparts will discuss current questions of foreign policy.
16 October is World Food Day. For some years, food insecurity has been increasing again: 800 million people around the world are suffering from hunger. Germany is working for greater food security.
Pakistan and the Federal Republic of Germany established diplomatic relations on 15 October 1951. Pakistan is a key partner in Asia today. This applies especially to issues of regional stability, in which Pakistan plays an important role