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As of 5 January 2015 new and stricter regulations have been established for Syrian nationals to enter Lebanon. Travellers from Syria are urged to check the available information before commencing their trip (for example at
) and should provide information about their intended travel to Lebanon in Arabic translation. Also, long delays at the border should be expected. Furthermore, the Embassy would like to point out that the new regulation is also relevant for persons who have already spent a longer time in Lebanon. However, legally binding information can only be given by the Lebanese authorities.
The Grand-Mufti of Lebanon, Sheikh Abdul-Latif Derian visited the German Parliament on April 21, where he was received by the Deputy President of the Parliament (and Former Federal Minister) Ms. Edelgard Bulmahn.
Minister Müller visited Lebanon from March 18-19. He met with Palestinian refugees and community leaders in the Palestinian camp of Shatila in order to get a better understanding of their decades old ...
With her interlocutors, Merk discussed politics and refugee issues and was particularly interested in the vulnerability of women and the situation of Christians in the ME conflict zones.
She met wit...
Prior to the visit of the German Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Gerd Müller to Lebanon, Ambassador Christian Clages gave an interview to L'Orient Le Jour.
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