On Tuesday, Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz received the award winners of this year’s national “Jugend forscht” youth science competition in the Chancellery. On this occasion, the Federal Chancellor also followed tradition by presenting the special award for the most original project to two students from Berlin, who looked into an extraordinary physical phenomenon.
In his speech to the UN General Assembly in New York, Federal Chancellor Scholz warned against “pseudo-solutions” when seeking peace in Ukraine. He called for adherence to the principles of the UN Charter. When he spoke in New York, the Federal Chancellor also spoke about the global challenges connected to climate protection.
The United Nations’ sustainability summit in New York focussed on a half-time progress review of the 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that are to be reached by 2030. Expectations were high since the status of implementation of the SDGs is a matter of great concern.
See the Federal Chancellor's week in pictures here: the international Sant‘Egidio peace meeting, a gala event on the occasion of the 60th birthday of the national football league Bundesliga, and a visit to an organic farm.
Germany has closer ties with France than with any other country. We are each other’s most important partner and ally. This was evident when the French Minister of the Economy and Finance Bruno Le Maire attended Federal Cabinet. The topic of the discussions on Wednesday was “transforming industry in the face of global competition”.
Would you like to live and work in Germany? What does the immigration process look like? Where can you get your qualifications recognised? Do you need a visa? Here is an overview of the most important questions and answers concerning immigration of skilled workers.
As Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz explained, Germany's position is very clear: we will continue to support Ukraine "for as long as necessary". Since Russia invaded Ukraine on 24 February 2022, Germany has sent just under 24 billion euros to Ukraine in humanitarian aid, direct payments, and weapons.