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Chancellor Angela Merkel and Mateusz Morawiecki, Polish Prime Minister, at a joint press conference

The Chancellor in Warsaw For a common Europe agenda

The second official foreign trip of the re-elected Chancellor Angela Merkel has taken her to Warsaw. Poland is Germany’s immediate neighbour and a close ally. The two countries aim to work together for a stronger Europe. more

Angela Merkel's first foreign trip after her re-election took her to Paris.

The Chancellor in Paris Finding common paths for Europe

By June, Germany and France aim to achieve an agreement in principle on eurozone reform, and on matter such as the EU’s asylum policy. When she met with French President Emmanuel Macron, Chancellor Angela Merkel said, "We must achieve results by June." more

Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven to the Federal Chancellery.

The Swedish Prime Minister visits Sharing burdens fairly

Chancellor Angela Merkel has advocated swift agreement on a common European asylum system during a meeting with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven. "Time is short and we must endeavour to negotiate a genuinely sensible, coherent system by June," said Angela Merkel. more

The Chancellor and the Serbian President at the press conference at the Federal Chancellery

Angela Merkel receives Aleksander Vučić Serbia is a close partner and will remain one

"We are impressed by how successfully Serbia is progressing along the path to reform," said Chancellor Angela Merkel during President Aleksander Vučić’s visit to Berlin. The German government encourages Serbia to continue along this road. more

Angela Merkel welcomes Zoran Zaev with military honours at the Federal Chancellery.

Angela Merkel meets with Zoran Zaev Support for steps to move closer to EU

The German government supports the European prospects of the Western Balkan states, said Chancellor Angela Merkel during Prime Minister Zoran Zaev’s visit. Germany and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia also intend to continue to cooperate closely, she reported. more

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