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2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro
Visitors will be able to savour the Olympic and Paralympic spirit at a particularly special location in Rio de Janeiro. From 4 August to 18 September, Leblon Beach will be playing host to the OliAle Pavilion, a meeting point for Brazilians, tourists and all those looking to experience Rio 2016 with a German-Brazilian atmosphere.
Find out more about this new form of German participation in the Summer Olympics and about the Olympic games at
On June 21th 2016 Chargé d' affaires a.i. Michael Zinn handed over the equipment from a long lasting successful German UXO Aid Project in Lax Sao. The equipment was given to the Minister of Foreign Af...
On June, 2nd, Ambassador Michael Grau welcomed the Vice Minister for Education and Sports of Lao PDR in the Embassy. Mr. Lytou Boaupao and Mr Sengaloun Boutsady (from the Ministry’s Department of Non ...
On Monday, May 30th, 2016 Ambassador Michael Grau signed contracts with four different organizations on financial support for development projects in various provinces. All projects are to receive fun...
On May 10th, 2016 Ambassador Michael Grau opened the Tafelausstellung Kulturwelten at the Maison de la Culture – Ban Naxay, Vientiane.
Since 1981 the Federal Republic of Germany supports the preserva...
Keep in touch with alumni from Germany!
Are you a foreign scholar who has studied, taught or done research in Germany? If so, you are part of an extensive international network that you could use to keep in touch with friends and colleagues and to hone your professional skills.
To help you make the most of this network, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Germany's largest organization for the promotion of academic exchange, has set up a website to help you make and maintain contacts with other "Germany alumni".
The Directive Concerning the Prevention of Corruption in the Federal Administration of 30 July 2004 lays down the legal framework for the anti-corruption tasks at the Federal Foreign Office headquarters and at German missions abroad. The Directive is intended to offer clear and concise guidelines on honest, fair and transparent actions by the federal administration.