German Foreign Policy

UN Security Council meeting Enlarge image UN Security Council meeting (© dpa/picture-alliance) German foreign policy is peace policy. In collaboration with its partners, Germany is active in international organizations in pursuit of a fair, peaceful and stable international order. Germany maintains intense bilateral relations to many countries in the world.

Supporting Syria London 2016

Support for Syria and its neighbours

In view of the still drastic humanitarian situation in and around Syria, the international Supporting Syria and the Region conference is being held in London on 4 February. Germany, Kuwait, Norway and...

The main entrance of the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin.

Foreign policy issues

Peace and freedom are the focal points of German foreign policy. They can only be guaranteed through cooperation in a spirit of trust and a fair balancing of interests with our partners in the United Nations, NATO, G8, OSCE and EU.

European Parliament

German policy on Europe

After centuries of bloody conflict, the integration of states and their interests has defeated nationalism and brought Europe an unparalleled period of peace, prosperity and stability. That is why the completion of European integration is our top political objective.

German Foreign Policy

Flaggen vor dem Europa-Parlament in Straßburg

Germany's candidate for election to the bench of the International Criminal Court

Germany's candidate for election to the bench of the International Criminal Court