From Saturday, 11 June 2022, all COVID-19-related restrictions for entry into Germany will preliminarily be lifted. From that date, travel to Germany will be permitted for all travel purposes. For entry into Germany no proof of vaccination, recovery or testing is required any longer.
Fully vaccinated travellers no longer need a negative Covid PCR test to enter Zambia. Proof of vaccination status is required.
Government-to-Government Negotiations between Germany and Zambia successfully concluded: Germany strengthens Zambia in its reform course.
76 years ago the Red Army liberated the death camp of Auschwitz. At least here the unprecedented mass murder came to an end – although too late for millions of victims. Death in horrifying numbers continued for months, until the end of the war in Europe in May 1945.
Statement by Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany, Anne Wagner-Mitchell on the occasion of the Presentation of Credentials Lusaka, 28th September 2020 Your Excellency, Dr. Edgar…
Germany bolsters support of the Government of the Republic of Zambia’s Multi-Sectoral Response to COVID-19 with ZMW 460 million through new partnership with UNICEF LUSAKA, Zambia, 3 September…
The International Lake Chad Conference has taken place in the crisis-stricken region itself for the first time. Germany was a co‑host and is providing extensive support for the local population.
Foreign Minister Baerbock visits the Council of Europe four months before the first Council of Europe Summit in 17 years. In her address before the Parliamentary Assembly, she focuses on what the Council of Europe now needs to become fit for the future.
22 January marked the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Élysée Treaty in 1963. Germany and France celebrated this historic date with a joint ceremony involving both parliaments as well as a meeting of the Franco-German Council of Ministers.
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