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Meeting Of Members Of The Embassies Of Germany And France

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While the new German Minister of Foreign Affairs Annalena Baerbock introduced herself to her colleague Jean-Yves Le Drian, the teams of the German and French embassies met in Belgrade for a joint lunch.

The Ambassador of Germany, Thomas Schieb, presented the new Federal Government of Germany, and the Ambassador of France Pierre Koshar, spoke about the upcoming presidency of France of the EU Council.

This meeting was held as an introduction to the Day of German-French Friendship, which is celebrated on January 22

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