Federal Foreign Office, Berlin
Peace and freedom are the focal points of German foreign policy. They can only be guaranteed through cooperation in a spirit of trust and a fair balancing of interests with our partners in the United Nations, NATO, G8, OSCE and EU.
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Human Rights Guidelines
The EU guidelines are not legally binding, but because they have all been adopted at ministerial level, the guidelines represent a strong political signal that these are priorities for the Union. The Guidelines are pragmatic instruments of the EU Humans Rights policy. These guidelines are practical tools to help EU representations in the field better advance our Human Rights policy.
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