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FM discussed Iran with his 🇫🇷 counterpart today: the threat of war in the Gulf hasn’t been averted. We must do everything in our power to make sure that the situation doesn’t escalate. This is a time in which our watchword must be "diplomacy first".
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Jun 18
Higher education gives refugee women like Bahati the opportunity to have a better life. But only 1% of refugees have access to higher education. This has to change!
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 18
FM : The program contributes directly to a central goal of the on : education! With on-site opportunities for education we support refugees, host countries, and after returning home countries.
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 18
Replying to @GermanyDiplo
In 2018 alone, more than 6,800 scholars in 51 countries were funded - that is impressive, but far too little considering the millions of refugees worldwide. That is why we have quadrupled our support for and want to continue opening the program to other donors.
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 18
For young refugees a scholarship can change your life. With we create access to education across borders, on-site, in the countries where they arrive first, says FM at the opening of the conference in Berlin.
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 18
"Germany supports the course of further democratisation embarked upon by the new government in ." FM congratulates Nicolae Popescu on his appointment as the new Moldovan Foreign Minister. "I would be delighted to welcome you to Berlin in the near future."
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 17
"All parties say they do not want war. But this is not enough. All parties have to proactively contribute to deescalate the situation."
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 17
Foreign Minister : We will not accept less for less regarding the . We stick with the agreement and except the same from .
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GermanEmbassyNairobi Jun 17
Karibu Kenya! 🇰🇪 Germany is looking forward to working together with you and all our partners to secure a healthy environment for all! 🌱🇺🇳 
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Germany in the EU Jun 17
"It is high time for Diplomacy First," FM stated at his arrival to the on and the region. He underlined that the had an important role to play in helping to stabilize the region. “Everyone is called upon to contribute to de-escalation."
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 17
Foreign Minister ahead of meeting with his EU counterparts: The EU can contribute to deescalating the situation in the Middle East. Now it is high time for "diplomacy first"!
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 14
FM : We welcome the announced resignation of the old government in Moldova. This clears the way for parliament to elect a new government and for a peaceful transition. 🇩🇪 is ready to support.
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 14
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 14
FM spoke by phone with today to discuss the situation in . The democratically elected Moldovan parliament remains the right institution to form a government. Any issues should be resolved in that forum. Germany and the EU stand ready to assist.
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 14
"We don't need further escalation. Deescalation is key!"
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 14
"We strongly condemn the attacks against two tanker ships that happened yesterday. They are a threat not only to free trade. They are a threat to peace." Foreign Minister
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Norway MFA Jun 14
Great speech at by our dear, honourable guest Germany’s FM on why . Multilateralism is not a lofty globalist ideology. It works for the people and meets our global challenges. And it’s a great tool against global
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Norway MFA Jun 14
FM launching the paper on Norway’s role in multilateral cooperation together with Germany’s FM . Now is the time to defend and strengthen the multilateral system that our security, economy and welfare depend on.
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 14
"Norway's wealth is a product of your openness and ability to compromise": A perfect partner to promote multilateralism, says FM in Oslo.
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GermanForeignOffice Jun 14
Defending international law, promoting cooperation, strengthening the : Germany and Norway share the same approach to foster multilateralism, says FM in Oslo.
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