Government statement on Britain’s decision to leave the European Union
Speaking to the German Bundestag on 28 June, Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed her regret at the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the EU, while also making a passionate plea to not forget “our historical responsibility for Europe”. In her government statement on Brexit, the Chancellor laid out a post-referendum road map and declared her confidence that the EU of 27 would be able to cope with the situation.
Electronic Appointment Management System!
Introduction of the Electronic Appointment Management System at the German Embassy Kuala Lumpur.
As of 15 June 2015, appointments for visa applications, passport applications, birth registrations, name declarations and registration of marriage can only be made through the link below.
In all other consular matters you can walk in during opening hours without prior appointment.
In urgent matters (e.g. loss of passport) you may come and visit us without prior appointment as well.
Germany’s New Global Role - Berlin steps up
Over the past two decades, Germany’s global role has undergone a remarkable transformation. Following its peaceful reunification in 1990, Germany was on track to become an economic giant that had little in the way of foreign policy. Today, however, the country is a major European power that attracts praise and criticism in equal measure. This holds true both for Germany’s response to the recent surge of refugees —it welcomed more than one million people last year—and for its handling of the euro crisis.
(Article contributed by Federal Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, published in "Foreign Affiairs", July/August 2016)