From noon on 17 October to noon on 18 October (Central European Time), you can follow 24 hours in the life of the Federal Foreign Office on Twitter. With the hashtag #AA24, we’ll share a stream of tweets via our account at twitter.com/auswaertigesamt that will give you insight into a regular day’s work at our 220 missions abroad around the world, as well as at our headquarters in Berlin. This will include the visa section in Manila, a classroom in Minsk and the desk of the German Ambassador in Washington, DC. Our tweets, images and videos will take you around the world to places where foreign policy work is done every day.
Follow everyone from an embassy driver in Haiti to the State Secretary in Berlin
Representing Germany abroad is not a nine-to-five job. The Federal Foreign Office works around the clock, 365 days a year. We have offices at more than 200 locations worldwide and more than 11,000 staff whose job it is to represent Germany’s interests abroad. Whether it be an embassy driver in Haiti or a State Secretary in Berlin, Germany’s foreign policy and diplomatic efforts require a global team. With our Twitter campaign #AA24, the Federal Foreign Office wants to give you a good impression of the work that its staff do throughout the world.
24 hours of diplomacy in a global, interconnected world
During these 24 hours, content for tweets will be sent from all German missions abroad to our headquarters in Berlin, from where it will be posted to the Federal Federal Foreign Office’s Twitter account. This wide selection of snippets will give you a good impression of the exciting and colourful work of the Federal Foreign Office in a global and interconnected world. We hope you’ll follow us!