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On January 10th 2014, MEDAC academic staff and students were hosted by H. E. Amb. Klaus-Peter Brandes, Ambassador of Federal Republic of Germany to Malta, at his residence for a discussion on ‘The emergence of a polycentric world: new challenges for Germany'. Ambassador Brandes, who prior to his assignment in Malta has been inter alia Ambassador to Tanzania, United Arab Emirates, Cameroon and Brunei, shared his extensive knowledge of international affairs and German foreign policy, and responded to a multitude of questions from participants. The event has been an important aspect of MEDAC’s efforts to expose students to EU foreign policy issues. Germany has been a stake holder in MEDAC since 2009. A new agreement, extending the support of the German Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs to MEDAC until the end of 2016 has been signed by the two sides recently at the Maltese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs the Hon. Dr. George Vella.
 

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 H. E. Ambassador Klaus-Peter Brandes addressing the students.

 

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