Municipalities, companies and research institutions from both countries are working together to develop sustainable solutions for the energy supply in the German-Dutch border Region.
Understanding one’s neighbour better and learning from each other: from today, Germans and Danes can look forward to a particularly intensive exchange thanks to many events and activities over the course of one year.
During the visit of his counterpart Urmas Reinsalu, Heiko Maas acknowledged the special role played by the Baltic countries in the autumn of 1989.
Foreign Minister Maas visits Budapest, commemorating the fall of the Wall and the lifting of the Iron Curtain 30 years ago and calling for European cooperation in the spirit of the events of 1989.
Increasing numbers of German and Hungarian young scientists are cooperating with each other in what is a strong reflection of the close economic links between the two countries.