Pakistan and the Federal Republic of Germany established diplomatic relations on 15 October 1951. Pakistan is a key partner in Asia today. This applies especially to issues of regional stability, in which Pakistan plays an important role
Germany and Pakistan have enjoyed close and diverse relations since 1951. This year we are celebrating the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations. Germany is represented in…
Following the takeover of power by the Taliban, there is a risk that Afghanistan will sink back into brutal conflicts. Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is travelling today to the region to discuss further exit routes out of the country as well as the security and geopolitical impact of the developments.
Marking the seventieth year of diplomatic relations between the two countries, the Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, is visiting Germany from 11 to 13 April. As a neighbour of Afghanistan, China and India, Pakistan plays an important role with a view to stability in South Asia.
Pakistan’s southern Sindh province receives hardly any rainfall from October to June, followed by three months of uninterrupted rains. Malteser International is planting moringa trees in the region. “The tree that heals all ills” helps people to get to grips with alternate droughts and flooding.
South Asia is a region of great strategic and economic importance. During his trip to Pakistan, India and Afghanistan over the course of several days, Minister of State Niels Annen emphasised that Germany intends to further intensify its cooperation with key partner countries in the region.