Some things are non-negotiable: Germany continues to campaign assiduously for human rights around the world. Indeed, working for human rights is not only a basic tenet of our foreign policy – it is also in Germany’s interests.
The Federal Foreign Office strongly condemns yesterday’s attack on civilians and civilian facilities in the United Arab Emirates, in which three people were killed and six more were injured. Our…
Annalena Baerbock has been Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs since 8 December 2021.
Germany and UAE add Hydrogen Task Force to their bilateral Energy Partnership
On 1 January 2022, Germany will assume the G7 Presidency for one year. Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock has set out a prevention and transformation agenda for the G7 Foreign Ministers. The focus will be on the climate crisis, the pandemic as well as strengthening the resilience of Democracies.
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Limiting global warming is a challenge for the entire world. The largest industrialised nations must lead the way. Today, Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock is taking part in the Major Economies Forum, which will focus on implementing the Climate Pact agreed upon at COP 26 in Glasgow.
At their first meeting in Berlin, the two Foreign Ministers focused not only on the crisis on the Ukrainian border, but also on new approaches to climate diplomacy.
Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock will be meeting the EU Foreign Ministers in Brussels today (24 January). The Foreign Affairs Council will discuss issues including the security situation in Europe, given the presence of Russian troops at the Ukrainian border, and the situation in Syria and Libya.
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