On 20 September Foreign Minister Maas will fly to New York to attend the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
The 16 countries of the Stockholm Initiative have drafted proposals on nuclear disarmament.
Germany is working intensivly to help bring lasting stability to Libya. In addition to supporting the political process led by the United Nations and participating in the EU operation IRINI, Germany is funding projects in the country, including ones to secure and dispose of explosive ordnance.
Mines, booby-traps and unexploded ordnance prevent life from getting back to normal after a conflict. That’s why Germany is active worldwide in efforts to clear mines and munitions. One focal area of our work is Ukraine.
The Global Partnership (GP) was established at the G8 Summit in Kananaskis, Canada, in 2002 in response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Its aim is to reduce chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear proliferation risks.
After a very busy and turbulent year, German foreign policy is setting its sights on what lies ahead: coronavirus, regional conflicts, climate change mitigation and many other issues requiring urgent attention.