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On 23 October Lebanon has passed a resolution to tighten the regulations for entry into the country.Travellers from Syria should check the available information before commencing their trip and should provide information about their intended travel to Lebanon in Arabic translation. Furthermore, long delays at the border are to be expected.
The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Beirut is seeking to fill an opening for one female security officer starting January 2015 for an (initial) limited time period of 6 months.
Job opening [pdf, 71.66k]
Minister of State Maria Böhmer has met the former Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati at the Federal Foreign Office for talks. The meeting on Friday (11 April) took place against the background of th...
On March 6 to 8, 2014, the German Head of the Parliamentary Commitee for Economic Cooperation, Member of Parliament Ms Dagmar Wöhrl visited Syrian refugees in the Bekaa along with Member of Parliament...
The first child protection shelter for unaccompanied children from Syria has just been opened by SOS Children Villages in Khenshara / Mount Lebanon, in the presence of Honorary President of the SOS Ki...
First phase of German-funded infrastructure project in informal Palestinian gatherings in Lebanon completed.
A German-funded project aiming at improving the living conditions in the 42 informal Pales...
Germany funds infrastructure projects
On Wednesday, February 19th, selected EU Ambassadors, including the German Ambassador, participated in a visit to the Northern camp of Nahr el Bared, together with the Palestinian Ambassador. The cere...
In order to hand in your visa application, an appointment is required.
As of November 2012, visa appointments can be scheduled online.
Please note that scheduling an appointment through the call center is no longer possible. Kindly follow the link below to access the appointment website. There are no fees or charges for scheduling appointments.
Visa Appointments Beirut