Foreign Minister Heiko Maas Pakistan Turkey Uzbekistan News

German foreign minister pledges to take in 70,000 Afghans

Germany’s Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas recently pledged to receive 70,000 vulnerable Afghans, including those who have worked alongside the Bundeswehr, journalists, and human rights activists. On Sunday, the first day of his three-day trip to the region surrounding Afghanistan, Maas told journalists in Turkey that Germany, in addition to taking in at […]
tstart: 1634398230.8432 tend: 1634398230.8495
tstart: 1634398230.8498 tend: 1634398230.8554
tstart: 1634398230.8558 tend: 1634398230.8638
tstart: 1634398230.8643 tend: 1634398230.8696
tstart: 1634398230.87
30 years Germany Heiko Maas Katarina Barley Poland reunification Commentary

30 years after reunification, Germany is hell-bent on imposing its will on Europe

“Germany is once again hell-bent on forcing their will upon others. They want to impose the rainbow flag and multiculturalism on all or else they will starve us financially,” argues Polish journalist Michał Karnowski

tend: 1634398230.8754
tstart: 1634398230.8817 tend: 1634398230.8874
tstart: 1634398230.8947 tend: 1634398230.9006
tstart: 1634398230.9009 tend: 1634398230.9065
tstart: 1634398230.9198 tend: 1634398230.9251
tstart: 1634398230.9254 tend: 1634398230.9315
tstart: 1634398230.9318
Heiko Maas Klaus Iohannis Mateusz Morawiecki Poland Three Seas Initiative News

Germany wants to fully participate in the Three Seas Initiative

Germany, who was previously skeptical about the Three Seas Initiative, wants to join the project, reports the German News Agency (DPA). Heiko Maas, Germany’s foreign minister, wants his country to be “an active part” of the Three Seas.

tend: 1634398230.9376
tstart: 1634398230.9379 tend: 1634398230.9453
tstart: 1634398230.9457 tend: 1634398230.953