A second flight with urgently needed protective equipment and other aid supplies from Germany is on its way to China today. Germany stands by China’s side in the fight against the coronavirus and wants to provide concrete help for those affected, stressed Foreign Minister Maas.
At the start of an intensive year in German-Chinese relations Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is meeting his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi for talks in Berlin today (13.02.) The agenda will include support in the coronavirus crisis and cooperation on international challenges such as the conflict in Libya.
The Federal Republic of Germany and the People’s Republic of China established diplomatic relations in 1972. Like all other EU partners, Germany adheres to a One-China policy and does not maintain…
The current mass protests are putting Hong Kong’s special status within China into the spotlight. The political principles that have been in place since 1997 are a historic compromise and are unique throughout the world.
During his trip to Peking and Shanghai, Minister of State Annen is holding talks on trade policy, arms control and climate change. None of the major international challenges can be tackled without China.