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3 Aug
During a visit to Turkey, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock spoke out on several thorny issues, including the country's Aegean islands dispute with Greece and Ankara's planned offensive in northern Syria.
31 Jul
Greece and Turkey have been at loggerheads for decades over the eastern Aegean islands. During a visit to Athens, Germany's foreign minister said the "islands are Greek territory," drawing a strong rebuke from Turkey.
24 Jul
Germany's foreign minister told DW that Moscow's justification for focusing on territory beyond the Donbas does not stack up. She also said Berlin must not leave itself open to blackmail from other states.
24 Apr
Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said urgent action is needed to combat hunger amid rising food prices and the devastating impact of climate change in Niger and other areas of the troubled Sahel region.
20 Apr
Latvian Defense Minister Artis Pabriks has said the Russian invasion of Ukraine has united the West, and that Kyiv has earned a right to be granted candidate status to the European Union. Ukraine has paid in blood, Pabriks told DW's Sarah Kelly.
13 Feb
Germany's foreign minister was in Egypt when she called on German nationals to leave Ukraine. During her whirlwind Middle East tour, she was preoccupied by the crisis in Eastern Europe, DW's Rosalia Romaniec reports.
16 Jan
Baerbock: 'Russian actions come with a clear price tag'

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