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Be it UN-led peace missions or joint local projects in the Lake Chad region: only close multilateral cooperation can resolve crises, writes the German Foreign Office.
For decades, one of the most serious conflicts in recent times has been simmering in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo. During his visit, Foreign Minister Maas underscored Germany’s commitment to stabilisation and the protection of women in conflicts.
Foreign Minister Maas travelled to Khartoum yesterday. Germany wants to support the Sudan in its democratic transition.
How can international cooperation be shaped? What role does Germany play in this regard? German Ambassadors will discuss these questions in Berlin from 26 to 29 August.
To mark the 70th anniversary of the Geneva Conventions, Poland has invited participants to a debate on strengthening international humanitarian law within the context of its Security Council Presidency. Foreign Minister Maas will attend the Security Council meeting in New York.
The impact of the 15-year civil war (1977-1992) continues to make itself felt in Mozambique in southeast Africa. The government and opposition have now reached a peace agreement that is intended to stabilise the country in the long term.
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