Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier gave the following statement in Berlin on the 10th of November on the death of former Chancellor Helmut Schmidt:
“Germany has paused for reflection. The death of Helmut Schmidt fills me with great sorrow. We Germans have lost a father figure. Helmut Schmidt had a profound impact on us and our country. [...]"
Statement by Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier on the death of Helmut Schmidt
Two Namibians, Mrs. Victoria Katukula, Sports Officer in the Ministry of Sport, Youth and National Service and Mr. Andrew Masongo, President of the Namibian Basketball Federation, are taking part in the ‘Sports Management’ course in Leipzig, having starting in October.
‘Sports Management’ Course in Germany
Foreign Minister Steinmeier today (4 November) issued the following statement in Berlin on relations with Namibia: "Since last year we have been engaged in a dialogue based on mutual trust with the Government of Namibia with a view to finding a joint approach to the painful colonial past." The whole statement can be found here:
Foreign Minister Steinmeier on relations with Namibia
Following the great success of the 2013 Land Matters in Art exhibition in Windhoek an extract of this exhibition is currently being shown in Berlin at the occasion of 25 years of diplomatic relations between Germany and Namibia.
Land Matters in Art Exhibition opened in Berlin