Electronic Appointment Management System
Introduction of the "Electronic Appointment Management System" at the German Embassy Kuala Lumpur!
As of 15 June, appointments for visa applications, passport applications, birth registrations, name declarations and registration of marriage can only be made through the following link:
In all other consular matters you can walk in during opening hours without appointment. In urgent matters (e.g. loss of passport) you may come and visit us without prior appointment as well.
In conjunction with the European Climate Diplomacy Day on June 17th, the EU Delegation, the UK High Commission, The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Embassy of France organized with...
The official German Pavilion at the 15th Asian Oil, Gas & Petrochemical Engineering Exhibition 2015, the region’s No. 1 Oil and Gas Show, saw a large participation of 18 German companies showcasing th...
Official German Pavilion at Oil & Gas 2015
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A virgin Buddy Bear is at large in Kuala Lumpur. The impressive animal figure has become a global ambassador of Germany’s capital Berlin in recent years.
This week the bear has met his real-life count...
With a record participation of 12 German companies, the German Embassy Kuala Lumpur together with the Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP) organized a “German Day” at the UMP Campus in Gambang, near Kuantan, on 13 May 2015. The companies, cultural institutions like German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and Goethe-Institut as well as the German Alumni Association and UMP presented themselves to students from all over the region. UMP and Robert Bosch Sdn Bhd signed a Memoranda of Understanding for a stronger cooperation.
Berlin Policy Journal
BERLIN POLICY JOURNAL is a new bimonthly app magazine on international affairs, edited in Germany’s capital. Each issue sets a theme and reports on a diverse range of current and emerging foreign policy topics, aiming at making German and European foreign policy.
JULY/AUGUST 2015 ISSUE OUT NOW - dealing with the following: Grexit is avoided. The question, of course, is – what next? If the eurozone is to survive, a steady hand is needed. Daniela Schwarzer proposes immediate changes to Europe’s single currency system to make it more resilient. Jan Techau goes the whole way and argues for "Political Union Now". Andreas Rinke describes German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s evolving relationship with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
Published by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)
28 April 2015. Ambassador Michael, together with the Chairman of the Jowat Supervisory Board, Prof. Dr. Wiedemann, and other invited VIPs and company representatives, officially launched the new produ...
Opening Ceremony of Jowat