A Federal Foreign Office spokesperson issued the following statement today (19 August) on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of Afghanistan’s independence: “The German Government congratulates all…
New weapons systems, global rearmament and increasing rivalry between the superpowers are posing new challenges for the world. Foreign Minister Maas has made arms control a focus of German foreign policy.
NATO has guaranteed Europe’s security for 70 years. Foreign Minister Maas is advocating a process of reflection in order to ensure that the Alliance remains able to respond to current challenges also in the future.
According to the assessment conducted for the Global Humanitarian Overview, almost 168 million people around the world will need humanitarian assistance next year. The landmark annual report is being presented in the Federal Foreign Office today (4 December) in cooperation with the United Nations.
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