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 Maas is travelling to Kyiv today, Ukraine’s Independence Day. This day is a particular incentive to work intensively on finding a solution to the conflict in eastern Ukraine. There have been some hopeful signs in recent weeks: this ceasefire is the longest since 2014.
Germany is very keen to see a stable, democratic and economically flourishing Ukraine. That is why the German Government has provided the country with such a high level of support. Since 2014, Germany…
A month after the Normandy-format Foreign Ministers meeting, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas is holding talks with his Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba to discuss further steps in the Normandy process, Ukraine’s reform agenda and the fight against the impact of the corona pandemic.
The Foreign ministers of Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France have discussed the implementation of the conclusions of the last summit in Paris, with the aim of achieving tangible progress for the people in eastern Ukraine.