Two hundred years ago, five Central American countries declared their independence. How has Central America evolved over the last two centuries? What lessons can be drawn from Central American history? A two‑day hybrid conference at the Federal Foreign Office will address these questions.
A sovereign Europe, the transatlantic partnership, work to support peace and security, the promotion of democracy and human rights, and commitment to multilateralism are the guiding principles of German foreign policy.
“It is up to us to fight to keep this memory alive,” said the Foreign Minister on the occasion of this year’s Holocaust Remembrance Day. An exhibition has now been opened at the Federal Foreign Office on Monday (29 January) as part of the efforts to live up to this commitment.
For 24 hours, the Federal Foreign Office shared real-time impressions from its work around the world.
Today in the Federal Foreign Office, tribute is being paid to a foreign minister who decisively shaped Germany's history: Hans-Dietrich Genscher was Germany's chief diplomat from 1974 to 1992.
After the film 'Colonia Dignidad' was screened in the Federal Foreign Office on 26 April, Foreign Minister Steinmeier spoke about the Foreign Office’s handling of victims of the German sect.