Heiko Maas is travelling to Luxembourg today, where he and his EU counterparts will discuss current questions of foreign policy.
The Shimon Peres Prize is awarded to people or projects whose work generates enthusiasm for German-Israeli cooperation and tackles societal challenges in both countries in fresh and innovative ways.
Two years after the peaceful revolution, the transition process in the Sudan is advancing. At a high-level conference on the fringes of the UN General Assembly, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas gave his assurance that Germany would continue to support the country.
Together with his counterparts from France and Italy, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is hosting a foreign ministers’ meeting as part of the Berlin Process on Libya. The next objective is to stay on the ball with international partners to ensure that elections can be held in Libya on 24 December.
On 20 September Foreign Minister Maas will fly to New York to attend the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
The Second World War began in September 1939 with Germany’s invasion of Poland. It was here that the demonic violence of the racial-ideological war of annihilation in Central and Eastern Europe became apparent for the first time, bringing immeasurable suffering to the country’s people.
The European External Action Service (EEAS) represents the European Union around the world and is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. The Foreign Ministers of the member states are sending their congratulations on Europe Day today.
Heiko Maas took over as Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs on 14 March 2018.