The Federal Foreign Office is supporting partner countries around the world in the fight against coronavirus via three biosecurity programmes involving corona test kits, laboratory training and digital learning modules.
Politics On 23 March 1992, Germany was the first country in the European Community to recognise Georgia under international law after it gained independence in 1991. The two countries established…
During the visit to Berlin of his Georgian counterpart Davit Zalkaliani, Foreign Minister Maas emphasised Germany’s support for the country’s unity and offered Georgia assistance in carrying out additional reforms which will enable the country to move closer to Europe.
Since 2014, the Eastern Partnership programme has enabled numerous civil-society organisations in Germany and in the countries of the Eastern Partnership and Russia to play their part as key actors and important partners of governance.
Foreign Minister Heiko Maas assures his Georgian opposite number David Zalkaliani of Germany’s full support for Georgia’s efforts to move closer to the EU during the latter’s visit.