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In Germany, the "Land of Ideas", we place major emphasis on education, science, research and development. This makes Germany one of the most popular countries in which to study, as well as a site for state-of-the art research and patent development. With its high quality of life, 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 Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany is closed on 3 October 2014, the Day of German Unity.
The first German-UK-French Climate Diplomacy Day was held on 9 September 2014. In this context a project has started in Accra that seeks to give children access to climate change issues trough play and discovery.
Climate Diplomacy Day
Ghanaian government and Development partners commit US$ 230.2 million
(© German Embassy)
On Thursday, August 14th 2014 the Minister of Local government, Hon. Julius Debrah; Deputy Minister of Finance Hon. Mr. Cassiel Ato Forson and the key development partners in decentralisation, namely Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, and Switzerland (SECO) signed a Letter of Intent that sets the next five years of support to the District Development Facility (DDF) until 2018.
Press Release [pdf, 186.44k]
In a ceremony held on 22 May 2014, the Ministry of Finance (MoF) inaugurated a new library on its premises. Deputy Minister Ato Forson, H.E. Ambassador Rüdiger John and the Swiss State Secretary Ms Ineichen-Fleisch officially opened the library in a ribbon cutting ceremony before inspecting the new facility.
Ambassador John inaugurates new library at the Ministry of Finance
The first Government monitoring report entitled “Energy of the future” shows that Germany’s Energiewende – the transformation of its energy system – is on course.
As part of the “Energy of the future” monitoring process, the German Government takes stock of progress made with the Energiewende each year.
Energiewende in Germany