We looked inside some of the tweets by @GermanyDiplo and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
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360. in country Germany
941. in category Governmental
@HeikoMaas @JIssacharoff @IsraelinGermany @UAEinBerlin The current dynamics between Israel and the Gulf states could also revitalize the stalled peace process between Israelis and Palestinians. Germany and the EU remain committed to a negotiated two-state solution as a basis for a fair and sustainable peace.
FM @HeikoMaas: I welcome the 🇳🇱 initiative to hold the Syrian regime accountable before the IJC because of their severe human rights violation and torture. This is an important move in our fight against impunity in Syria. The victims deserve justice!
🇩🇪+🇸🇩 - pleasure to meet acting foreign minister Omar Gamareldin. Your work on building a #democratic and #peaceful #Sudan in spite of the huge economic and social challenges is admirable. #Germany will continue to stand by your side! @AuswaertigesAmt https://t.co/uGqlImJhxz
Following the peaceful revolution in 2019, the Sudan is now at a historic crossroads. Germany supports the country on the road to peace and democracy and organized a Sudan Partnership Conference in June 2020. https://t.co/r3CkAgRWsx
Focus on #Yemen: as part of ongoing efforts to solve the conflict, 🇩🇪 🇸🇪 🇰🇼 & permanent #UNSCR members discussed current state of play on the margins of #UNGA75. @HeikoMaas: military de-escalation, political progress&humanitarian assistance for suffering Yemenites is top priority https://t.co/St7m6r7A9Q
“How do you prepare a member of the Irish coast guard to work in Mogadishu? Questions such as this one which are crucial to the success of EU missions abroad will be analyzed and answered by @coe_civ which we are officially opening today.” FM @HeikoMaas. https://t.co/olQweykkgv https://t.co/T0x5XNS8iA
Eröffnungsveranstaltung European Centre Of Excellence For Civilian Crisis Management https://t.co/iUqkqke4GP
Joint statement by current and incoming 🇪🇺 members of #UNSC (🇧🇪🇫🇷🇩🇪🇪🇪 & 🇮🇪): "There is no military solution to the Libyan conflict: the way out of the crisis will be political, in a spirit of inclusiveness, under the auspices of the United Nations." ➡️ https://t.co/aZVAbFprON https://t.co/GL847deFtu
@HeikoMaas Since the fight against IS began, Germany has made available civilian support for Iraq in the amount of 2.2 billion euros. That support also illustrates Germany’s commitment as Co-Chair of the Stabilisation Working Group of the Global Coalition against Daesh.
In a phone call with the Iranian Foreign Ministry, the German Ambassador to Iran once again reiterated Germany’s position on the case of Iranian athlete Navid #Afkari today and clearly expressed absolute dismay over the execution of the death penalty.