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Lars-Hendrik Roller highlights the significance of restoring stability and security in nurturing economic relations between Egypt and Germany
Foreign minister ends tour of Europe in the Netherlands amid heavy criticism of press freedoms
“It is important for our bilateral relations but also for the political process in North Africa that Egypt succeeds in the transition to a consolidated democracy,” Steinmeier said
The NSA has been at the heart of a spying scandal which erupted last year.
Foreign minister meets Italian counterpart, defence minister and business leaders at start of Europe tour
Foreign minister visits European countries ahead of EU Foreign Ministers’ meeting
IAEA chief Yukiya Amano said on Friday he might seek Iran’s permission for a Tehran office for inspectors.
The Paris Club is comprised of 19 developed economies.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was sworn in for a third term
EU and Egypt cooperate in launching new wastewater project and sign new agreement on agriculture SMEs.
French daily Le Monde said it stood by its report that millions of phone calls in France were monitored by the NSA and published what it described as an NSA document showing a daily breakdown of the alleged snooping.
Film festival in Germany creates a platform for Arab films
Chancellor Merkel’s triumphant conservative Christian Democrats (CDU) won 41.5% of the vote.
Voters rewarded Merkel, often called the world’s most powerful woman, with another four years at the helm for steering them unscathed through the eurozone debt turmoil that engulfed its southern flank.
Officials in the tourism sector argue that the extension of the curfew will not affect the already damaged tourism industry.
FMs Davutoğlu and Al-Attiyah say that “legitimacy must return to Egypt”
Ambassadors criticise western media and governments, stress that Egypt is fighting terrorism
Davutoğlu and counterparts share ‘deep concern’ about violence
EU Foreign Minister’s decisions may be ineffective without US support, says expert
Germany’s economic ministry indicated on Saturday that it had frozen all decisions on arms exports to Egypt.
Fabius stressed that dialogue must be a priority, and added that the “search for compromise is still possible.”
Deputy Secretary Burns calls for peaceful and inclusive political process
Westerwelle stresses need for inclusive process to avoid escalation
Guido Westerwalle denied meeting with Morsi
EU Foreign Affairs Council warn armed forces against involvement in politics and call for release of former government figures, including Morsi
Egypt’s foreign minister informs his German counterpart of recent developments in Egypt
Describes 30 June as “second wave” of revolution and reiterated call for Morsi’s release
US join Germany in call to release Morsi
“We call for an end to the restrictions on Mr Morsi’s whereabouts,” a foreign ministry spokesman said
People are angry and protesting in Egypt, Turkey, Brazil, South Africa, Greece, Spain, and many other places. But it was the protests in Berlin, Germany a short time back that caught my attention. It was not the issues people were protesting about, but the police uniforms that were striking. It was a simple but brilliant …