German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle has announced the additional provision of emergency aid for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda, raising the contribution of the German government to 6.5 million Euros (Php 380 million).
German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle announced the provision of additional emergeny aid for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda amounting to 3 million Euros.
In the wake of the massive devastation in the central Visayas region caused by Supertyphoon Yolanda, German organizations have intensified operations in the hardest-hit regions of Leyte and Samar.
The German government conveyed its sympathies to the victims of Typhoon Yolanda (International name Haiyan) which wreaked havoc in the central Visayas region.
Germany is sending in emergency response teams and initially extending 23 tons of humanitarian aid to the central Visayas region in the wake of the massive destruction brought about by Typhoon Yolanda (International name Haiyan).
“Germany stands shoulder to shoulder with the Philippines at this difficult time and stands ready to support you in dealing with the aftermath of the earthquake.” This is a sentiment expressed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Philippine Finance Minister Cesar Purisima and Head of the Legal Section of the Federal Foreign Office Ambassador Dr. Martin Ney recently signed an updated version of the Double Taxation Agreement in Berlin, Germany.
Germany and the Philippines sign tax treaty
The German Embassy Manila facilitated a Business Visa Workshop for member companies of the German-Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GPCCI). The workshop, conducted by Oliver Viertel, Consular Attache, and Arnulfo Alarcon, Officer of the Visa Section, aimed to clarify the visa application process and address the queries of companies and shipping agencies regarding visa concerns.
German Embassy conducts Business Visa Workshop
The newly inaugurated German Development Media Awards honor journalists worldwide for their outstanding reporting on human rights and put the spotlight on journalists telling important stories affecting their communities, countries and regions.
GERMAN DEVELOPMENT MEDIA AWARDS 2013
The new unified logo for Germany’s development cooperation projects abroad is “German Cooperation”. The new logo makes clear that a project is funded by the Federal Republic of Germany.
New "German Cooperation" logo
“Make it in Germany!” Take a look at our website to see how skilled professionals like yourself can come to live and work in Germany. German firms are facing a genuine skills shortage that is expected to continue into the future. The German Government has therefore set up this website to help business and industry find the specialists they need. Welcome to Germany!
Make it in Germany
“Recognition in Germany” is the official online portal for the Federal Recognition Act. It provides migrants and foreign skilled workers with information on how and where they can submit an applicatio...
Recognition in Germany