Moscow attacks Ukraine’s energy supply. As a result, millions of people are cut off from electricity and water. Today, NATO foreign ministers are discussing their support for Ukraine and how NATO can strengthen the alliance’s own security against Russia.
In France, it’s known as the couple franco-allemand – whereas in Germany, it’s referred to as the Franco-German engine. But these terms mean the same thing, namely that no two countries enjoy closer cooperation and friendship than do France and Germany.
Caught in the middle – or a bridge between Russia, China and Europe? The Russian war of aggression against Ukraine has left the countries of Central Asia in a difficult position. Read on to find out why Foreign Minister Baerbock is visiting the region now in particular.
Today, Foreign Minister Baerbock is at the EU Foreign Affairs Council in Luxembourg. On the agenda are Ukraine, Iran, EU-China relations and EU climate policy. Read on to find out what specific decisions are set to be made.
Today, on the Day of German Unity, Foreign Minister Baerbock is heading for Warsaw. Her trip is to focus on joint support for Ukraine, as well as on bilateral relations.
Representatives of almost all countries of the world are currently gathering for this year’s 77th UN General Assembly in order to find joint solutions for global problems. Federal Chancellor Scholz and Foreign Minister Baerbock will represent Germany in New York
At the next twice-yearly informal meeting of EU Foreign Ministers, known as the Gymnich meeting, discussions will focus on EU‑Africa relations as well as the EU’s further response to Russia’s war of aggression in Ukraine.
Deepening bilateral cooperation is the focus of the Foreign Minister’s first official visits to Morocco and Denmark.
This first official visit to the important NATO partners Greece and Turkey is taking place against the backdrop of Russia’s brutal war of aggression in Ukraine. Her trip to the close EU partner Greece will also focus on exchanges with refugees and commemorating the victims of Nazi atrocities.
Foreign Minister Baerbock is visiting Prague and Bratislava today. The focus of her visit is on Europe’s robust response to Russia’s war in Ukraine, solidarity in action with the people of Ukraine and close coordination for an even stronger European Union that is fit for the future.
Foreign Minister Baerbock will be in Bucharest on Friday (15 July), where she will participate in the second Moldova Support Conference. Other topics of discussion during her visit to Romania will be German-Romanian cooperation and the global grain crisis.
The G20 Foreign Ministers are meeting in Bali on 7 and 8 July. Why geopolitical issues and the climate crisis are playing a key role at the meeting and how Foreign Minister Baerbock is strengthening partnerships in the fight against the climate crisis during her trip to Asia.
The new Strategic Concept adopted at the NATO Summit is designed to ensure NATO remains fit for the future. It deals with the threat posed by Russia as well as with further issues such as the challenges posed by climate change and the importance of gender perspectives for the security of us all.
Foreign Minister Baerbock travelled to Kyiv today. She began her trip by visiting the town of Bucha. Later in the day, she held political talks with President Zelensky and others. Baerbock emphasised: “Ukraine can count on our support – not just in military terms, and not just today.”
Foreign Minister Baerbock will be visiting the three Baltic states of Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania from 20 to 22 April. In view of recent events, the trip is inevitably being held under the shadow of Russia’s war of aggression against Ukraine.
Russia is waging a brutal war in Ukraine and is inflicting immense suffering on the Ukrainian people. Germany is working together with its international partners to ensure that the largest possible number of countries voice their opposition to this war and call for an immediate ceasefire.
Russia’s recognition of the independence of Ukrainian territories is a violation of international law. Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock hold talks today (22 february) in Paris with her EU and G7 colleagues. Joint far-reaching sanctions against Russia will now be initiated.
Today Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock is paying her first official visit to Spain. Germany and Spain cooperate closely on European and foreign policy. This year, the two countries intend to take this partnership to a new level.
From 9 to 12 February, Foreign Minister Baerbock is making her first trip to the Middle East as Foreign Minister. The Minister is to travel first to Israel and the Palestinian territories, followed by Jordan and Egypt.
Foreign Minister Baerbock is visiting Ukraine from 7 to 8 February. In Kyiv, political talks with the Prime Minister and the Foreign Minister are on the agenda. She will then travel to the “contact line” to gain a first-hand impression of the security and humanitarian situation there.
Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock is continuing her travels on 17 and 18 January with her first official visits to Ukraine and Russia.
Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock will make her first official visit to Italy on 10 January. While there, she will among other things participate in a webinar discussion on “A green revival for a political Europe”.
Germany seeks to take on a leading role in bolstering international disarmament initiatives. As part of these efforts, Foreign Minister Baerbock is joining the Swedish Foreign Minister Linde in the country’s capital today to co‑host the Stockholm group’s fifth Ministerial Meeting.
Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock will travel to Brussels today to take part in her first Foreign Affairs Council, the monthly meeting of EU foreign ministers, on Monday (13 December).
The UK is concluding its G7 Presidency with a second meeting of G7 Foreign Ministers and Development Ministers in Liverpool. Germany will hold the Presidency in 2022 and present its priorities at the forthcoming meeting.
On the day of her inauguration, Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock will undertake her first official trip abroad to Paris, Brussels and Warsaw.