Germany, France and the United Kingdom are working closely together with regard to Syria, in the fight against ISIS and on Iran. Foreign Minister Maas is meeting his colleagues in Paris to discuss current challenges and courses of action.
The United Nations was founded 74 years ago. When it comes to solving global issues, the world’s largest multilateral organisation is more important than ever today.
The Turkish military offensive in north-eastern Syria threatens to further destabilise the country and spark a resurgence of the ISIS terrorist organisation.
Only by working together will the international community be able to deal with climate change. Germany is supporting the United Nations in analysing security risks related to climate change in the Horn of Africa.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Geneva Conventions, Poland has invited participants to a debate on strengthening international humanitarian law within the context of its Security Council Presidency. Foreign Minister Maas will attend the Security Council meeting in New York.