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Welcome to the website of the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Berlin.
The relationship between Afghanistan and Germany has a long history of multifaceted ties in diplomatic, security, developmental, trade and cultural areas. Two years ago, the two countries celebrated one hundred years of friendly relations. Although the initial contacts between the governments of the German Reich and the Emirate of Afghanistan, began in 1915 and diplomatic relations between the two countries were officially established in 1922, German engineering cooperation in Afghanistan started long before that at the turn of the 20th Century.
The Afghan-German relations saw significant expansion beginning in late 2001 following the fall of Taliban regime. The Bonn international conference in the fall of 2001 that give rise to the emergence of the post-Taliban government in Afghanistan was hosted by the German government. Germany, as part of the international coalition, participated in the UN-mandated International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), contributed to the reconstruction of Afghanistan. The German Embassy in Kabul was re-opened in December 2001, initially as a German liaison office.
Soon afterwards, in January 2002, the German Ambassador was the first head of mission to present his credentials to the new Afghan Interim Administration. The German Consulate-General in Mazar-i-Sharif was also opened in June 2013. Further, Germany has chaired the International Contact Group on Afghanistan, which brings together some 60 countries and organizations, since its founding in 2009. The contact group meets at regular intervals twice to three times a year at changing locations.
Germany is an important strategic partner of Afghanistan. On 16 May 2012, Federal Chancellor Merkel and President Karzai signed a bilateral partnership agreement which regulates Germany’s long-term relations with Afghanistan covering all major areas of Germany’s bilateral ties with Afghanistan. The agreement stipulates that undertaken commitments, in particular to implement the shared values of democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law, to observe the principles of good governance, to reform public administration and fight corruption, are to be met by the Afghan side. Both countries have ratified the partnership agreement.
The Afghan-German friendly relationship is time-tested with prospects for further development in the future.
جای بسا مسرت است که حضور شما را در وبسایت سفارت جمهوری اسلامی افغانستان در برلین خوش آمدید می گوییم.
امیدواریم وبسایت ما بتواند معلومات مرتبط به موضوعات سیاسی، اقتصادی، توریزم، تحصیلی، تاریخی، فرهنگی و خدمات قونسلی را به شما پیشکش نماید.
افغانستان و آلمان دارای روابط دیرینه تاریخی می باشند و در دسامبر 2015 دو کشور از صد سالگی روابط دوستانه خویش تجلیل به عمل آوردند. روابط افغانستان و آلمان در سال 1915 میان دولت وقت آلمان و افغانستان آغاز گردید و روابط دیپلوماتیک دو کشور در سال 1922 رسما آغاز گردید که تا فعلا به طور دوستانه ادامه دارد.
سفارت جمهوری اسلامی افغانستان در برلین متعهد به ارایه خدمات بهتر به هموطنان عزیز بوده و منتظر نظریات و پیشنهادات سازنده شما در جهت بهتر شدن این خدمات می باشد.
The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is the Afghanistan’s diplomatic mission in the Germany. Direct bilateral diplomatic relations between the two governments were severed following the in 1915 with the establishment of initial outreach between the governments of the German Reich and the Emirate of Afghanistan. Diplomatic relations between the two countries were officially established in 1922, which have cemented friendship and strong ties between the two countries since. The building and its real estate were bought in 2006 during the presidency of H. E. Hamed Karzai for the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. As of 2007, the site is open to the Afghan public and foreigners. The site also houses separately a consulate.
1. Investment Environment
2. Central Location
3. Open Market
4. Government Commitment
5. Qualified Personnel
6. Ownership and Profit
7. Developed Infrastructure
8. Legal Security
9. Rising Industry
10. Afghanistan Trademark
The profile of Afghanistan is a brief description of the country. The scope of this profile is limited to investment centric data of the country.