17th of June - European Climate Diplomacy Day
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The visa waiver for nationals of Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines and Trinidad and Tobago to the Schengen Territory is in effect. Please read more in the information below!
Twenty-seven movies from 12 countries are in the lineup for this year’s European Film Festival (EFF).
The EFF showcases films from European countries, and is organised by the European Member States...
Time for European movies in Trinidad and Tobago!
At their meeting on 23 March 2015, Foreign Minister Maxine McClean of Barbados and German Ambassador Lutz Görgens discussed the recent Germany-CARICOM Foreign Ministers Meeting in Berlin, internation...
A meeting in March 2015
Germany intensifys the cooperation with the Caribbean Community
Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier met with his counterparts from the states of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) on the occasion of a conference in Berlin on 2 March. The talks focused on global issues such as climate change and renewable energies, as well as on efforts to reform the United Nations
Federal Foreign Minister welcomes Dr. William Warren Smith, President of Caribbean Development Bank (CDB
(© Martin Kipping)
Read more on the article on the webpage of the Federal Foreign Office.
The German Embassy teamed up with the Cropper Foundation to raise awareness and to visualize the effects of climate change on every part of social life in Trinidad and Tobago. Even at their very heart...
Raising awareness: carnival style!
A day care centre for the Christian Union Restoration Centre in Freeman’s Village, Antigua was officially inaugurated by Ambassador Lutz Görgens and his wife in October 2014.
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Ambassador Görgens at his visit to the day care centre for the Christian Union Restoration Centre in Freeman’s Village, Antigua
Ambassador Görgens and his wife
Caribbean Aqua-Terrestrial Solutions launch in St. Vincent and the Grenadines
On Dec. 9th, 2014 the Ministry of Agriculture in collaboration with the Caribbean Aqua-Terrestrial Solutions (CATS) program, operated by the German Development Cooperation and the Windward Islands Farmers Association (WINFA) launched component one of the Adaptation to Climate Change in Agriculture and Forestry project. The focus is on adaptation measures to climate change in agriculture and forestry and a ridge to reef approach with activities in the Marriaqua valley.
2014 CATS developed detailed Plans of Operation for the climate change component in eight CARICOM Member States: Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Lucia, St. Kitts & Nevis, and St. Vince...
The focus in 2014 is on Marine Protected Areas
Lutz Görgens presented his credentials in the countries of the Eastern Carribean.
New Head of Mission