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Annalena Baerbock became Germany's Foreign Minister in December 2021.
Born in 1980 in the small town of Pattensen in Lower Saxony, Annalena Baerbock later studied international law at the London School of Economics, Baerbock became one of the two co-chairs of Germany's Green Party in 2018. In the 2021 general election campaign, her party named her as the candidate for chancellor. Here is a compilation of all DW content on Annalena Baerbock.
Top G7 diplomats meeting in Germany have warned the war in Ukraine is stoking a crisis that threatens the world's poorest. They also pledged to continue their military assistance to Ukraine for "as long as necessary."
Moldova is one of the poorest countries in Europe, but it is taking in the most Ukrainian refugees per capita. Berlin hosted a conference to support the country with an influx of refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine.