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Mingalabar - Welcome to the website of the German Embassy in Yangon

Welcome to the website of the German Embassy in Yangon. In Germany, the "Land of Ideas", we place major emphasis on education, science, research and development. With its good infrastructure and central location in Europe, Germany is one of the world's most attractive bases for business. Its beautiful urban and rural landscapes combining age old traditions and experimental modern culture, make a trip to Germany a unique experience. Germany has something for everyone - so why not pay us a visit?

The German Embassy Yangon

The German Embassy Yangon

The German Embassy Yangon

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Please be informed that the Embassy will be closed on Monday, 20th November 2017 and Tuesday, 21st November 2017.

In case of emergency please contact us through mobile phone no. +95-9-5023209.

National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights

The German Government adopted the National Action Plan for Business and Human Rights in its cabinet meeting on Wednesday (21 December). The goal of this Action Plan is to implement the United Nations ...

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Press Release by the EU Council on Myanmar

The Council adopted conclusions on Myanmar/Burma, in the light of the humanitarian and human rights situation in Rakhine State.

Presenting the Letter of Credence

Presentation of Letters of Credence

 H.E. Mrs Dorothee Janetzke-Wenzel has presented the letter of Credence

Außenminister Sigmar Gabriel

Message from Sigmar Gabriel, Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs, for the Day of German Unity on 3 October 2017

Almost three decades ago, we celebrated German reunification and the end of the division of Europe into East and West. To this day, people all over the world are moved when they recall how this separation was overcome.

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Restoration and Conservation of the Nan-Hpaya Temple in Bagan

The German Foreign Office is funding a training project of Stone Restoration and Model Conservation of the Nan-hpaya Temple in Bagan.

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Germany’s candidacy for a seat on the Security Council in 2019/20

Germany is seeking to become a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. Former Foreign Minister Steinmeier announced the candidacy for 2019/20 in Hamburg on Monday (27 June). The elections are expected to take place at the General Assembly in June 2018.

German Government gives over 2 Mio Dollars for health care in Rakhine

The Federal Republic of Germany has granted subsidies worth 1.85 million Euros (about 2.1 million US-Dollars) for humanitarian aid in Rakhine State. It will be used to improve strengthening and improving access to local basic health care structures.

 
Also conducting awareness raising campaigns on health topics in communities is programmed. In this regard, providing care to pregnant women and new mothers is a special focus.

  
The organisation of the project lies with Malteser International. The attribution will increase the financial volume of the project „Reducing the vulnerability of conflict affected population by ensuring access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH) in Rakhine State“ for the period from 1st June 2017 until 31st May 2020. The project has already been funded by the German Government over previous years. In the framework of this project, Malteser International assists directly to the local population in the crisis-ridden regions in northern Rakhine State.

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Visit Parliamentary State Secretary, Mr Thomas Silberhorn

 Mr Thomas Silberhorn, Parliamentary State Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), visited the Community Radio Pilot Project in Htan Tabin Township.

Germany supports humanitarian relief efforts by the International Red Cross in Myanmar with 1 million Euros for

The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Yangon is delighted to announce that the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany has granted the International Committee of the Red Cross additional subsidies worth one million Euros for humanitarian aid in Myanmar. The attribution is meant to increase the financial volume of the project „ICRC Assistance, Protection, Prevention and Cooperation Activities (country-earmarking) in Myanmar 2017-2018“ already funded by the German Government in previous years.
In the framework of this project, the ICRC assists the local population in close cooperation in the crisis-ridden regions by offering relief, medical support, and social programmes such as visits of detainees.
The award of this grant once again proves the tight cooperation between the government of the Federal Republic of Germany, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and Myanmar in the area of humanitarian aid.

Berlin Policy Journal

Berlin Policy Journal

The past few months have sharpened the divisions between members of the EU more than any other crisis before. It is not the first time that onlookers have predicted the imminent end of the European Union, but the strength of centrifugal forces pulling it apart seem unprecedented. In the new issue, Almut Möller (“The Disheartened Continent”) argues that Europe needs to focus on the values that unite its people to overcome the divisions tearing the continent apart. Ulrich Speck (“Player or Pawn?”) proposes a truly unified European foreign policy, and Andreas Rinke (“The Last European” – app only) describes the German chancellor’s efforts to keep the EU united. Mark Leonard (“Goodbye? Hello!” – app only) says that it is not Britain that wants to leave the EU, but a part of the British elite that is pushing the “Leave” campaign. BERLIN POLICY JOURNAL is a bimonthly app magazine on international affairs, edited in Germany’s capital. Each issue sets a theme and reports on a diverse range of current and emerging foreign policy topics, aiming at making German and European foreign policy. Published by the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP)

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Working, training and studying in Germany

Germany is an attractive immigration destination. This country is open to qualified professionals, students and researchers moving here from all over the world. 

Online Visa Appointment System

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To apply for a visa you need to arrange an appointment. Visa appointments at the Embassy can only be made online. Please use your current passport number only. Any attempt to make more than one appointment with different passport numbers will lead to the rejection of your application. Please also ensure that your passport number, your e-mail address, etc. are filled out correctly, otherwise you will lose your appointment.

Time Difference

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The time difference between Myanmar and Germany during the period of daylight saving time is minus 4 hrs. 30 min., during winter time minus 5 hrs. 30 min.

“Auswärtiges Amt – Auslandsvertretungen weltweit”: the app for finding German missions abroad on all standard mobile devices

App Auswärtiges AMt

Its interactive and informative app provides quick, easy access to the latest information from the FFO.  

Feature of the day: www.deutschland.de

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Daily News from Germany - www.deutschland.de

Berliner Zeitungsmarkt

Please find here the daily news from Germany

Engineering

Engineering

Have you ever dreamed of becoming an engineer?  This month on Young Germany we have information about where to train, how to find a job, and an interview with someone already working in the field.

Experience Germany Refreshed, mobile and highly interactive – deutschland.de has a new face to it

Discover topics, find information, view videos , take part in the Germany Quiz and in online voting, interact with others: If you want to understand what makes Germany tick and what Germany is busy talking about, then visit deutschland.de and its social-media channels .

The Deutschland portal has a new face: young, refreshed, mobile and highly interactive.