Germany and the United States of America are bound by a close friendship based on historical ties, shared experiences, values and interests. Close transatlantic coordination remains just as important…
The central topic of the talks between Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and his US counterpart Antony Blinken in Ramstein, Rhineland‑Palatinate, on 8 September was concern for the future of the people of Afghanistan following the seizure of power by the Taliban.
Foreign Minister Maas departed for a trip to the United States on Tuesday. The first stop in Michigan focused on structural change and globalisation. His second port of call is New York, where Foreign Minister Maas will highlight Germany’s multilateral engagement.
More than seven decades after the end of World War II, antisemitism and Holocaust denial are rising again. The US and Germany are therefore establishing a Holocaust dialogue, with the intention of working together to preserve the memory of the immeasurable suffering and horror of the Holocaust.
American diplomacy is back on the multilateral stage and in Europe. US Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken is coming to Berlin today on a two-day trip.
The US is back as a partner in the fight against human-induced global warming. On 18 May, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas will meet US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate Change John Kerry. On the agenda are cooperation on climate diplomacy and achievement of the Paris climate Goals.