Climate Diplomacy Day: Together for Climate Protection
The first German-British-French Day for Climate Protection and Climate Diplomacy will take place today, on 9 September, with a kick-off event at the UK Embassy in Berlin. The embassies of our three countries will be organising events to showcase our efforts. Find more information:
Please take note that the Embassy will be closed on Tuesday, 16 September 2014. Our consular counter opening hours are as usual on Monday, 15 September 2014.
World Economic Forum: Germany is fifth most competitive Economy
Germany has come fifth in the World Economic Form's Global Competitiveness Report 2014-2015. The other countries in the top five include (in order of raking) Switzerland, Singapore, the US and Finland.
A Country rejoices: 25 Years Fall of the Wall
On the evening of November 9, 1989, the Wall fell in Berlin – and with it the frontier that had divided Germany for 28 years. The very same night, thousands of GDR citizens rushed to the border with West Berlin. Although they had no official order, the border guards opened the crossings. Complete strangers from East and West fell into one another’s arms laughing and crying, spontaneously celebrating the opening of the Wall together. Germany experienced a night of jubilation, a night that was to change the world.
Read stories, like the diary of Christian Buerger, written during his attempts to escape, find further information and more on this blog:
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