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Holidays in October 2014
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Monday, 22 September 2014
 ANNOUNCEMENT
HOLIDAYS IN OCTOBER 2014


The Embassy will be closed on the following holidays:

•    Friday, 03 October 2014 (Day of Unity)
•    Monday, 06 October 2014 (Eidul Adha - Feast of Sacrifice)

All consular applicants are advised to review their travel calendar in light of this announcement.

For emergency cases, please call the Embassy at the following mobile number:  0173 521 5703
 
Policy Speech of President Aquino in Berlin Livestreaming
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Thursday, 18 September 2014
To watch the Policy Speech of President Benigno Aquino III in Berlin on 19 September at 1700h Central European Time (CET) please click on this link --- http://www.koerber-stiftung.de/en/international-affairs/focus-new-east/aquino-2014/livestream-english.html
Last Updated ( Friday, 19 September 2014 )
 
HOLIDAYS in AUGUST 2014
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Friday, 15 August 2014
ANNOUNCEMENT
HOLIDAYS IN AUGUST 2014

The Embassy will be closed on the following holidays:

•    Thursday, 21 August 2014 (Ninoy Aquino Day)
•    Monday, 25 August 2014 (National Heroes Day)

All consular applicants are advised to review their travel calendar in light of this announcement.

For emergency cases, please call the Embassy at the following mobile number:  0173 521 5703

 ANKÜNDIGUNG
FEIERTAGE IM AUGUST

Die Botschaft wird an den folgenden Feiertagen geschlossen sein:

•    Donnerstag, 21. August 2014 (Ninoy Aquino Feiertag)
•    Montag, 25. August 2014 (Nationalheldentag)

Alle konsularischen Antragsteller werden gebeten, ihre Reisedaten an diese Ankündigung anzupassen.

Die Botschaft wird an den übrigen Arbeitstagen geöffnet sein.  In Notfällen ist die Botschaft unter der folgenden Telefonnummer zu erreichen:  0173 521 5703

 
Philippine Embassy Berlin Reaches out to Filipinos in North Rhine-Westphalia
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Sunday, 03 August 2014

The Berlin PE Consular Team pose with Mr. Edison Espiritu, Coordinator of the Council of Leaders in the Archdiocese of Cologne, and Members of the Pastoral Team in Bonn after a successful consular mobile outreach.
Berlin – The Philippine Embassy in Berlin, composed of Consul Gabriel Bautista, Ms. Generosa Balocating, Ms. Melinda Hernais, Mr. Ruben Atienza, Ms. Lianna Judith Sale, Ms. Mylah Rubio and Mr. Melchor Francisco, conducted a mobile consular outreach service in Bonn on 12 July 2014. 


Using a pre-registration system, and ably assisted by the Filipino community in Bonn, the consular team was able to accommodate Filipino applicants who arrived early at St. Winfried Church in Sträßchenweg.


The team facilitated 143 passport applications, with a total of 174 services rendered.  The majority of services included passport renewal and overseas absentee voting registration.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 05 August 2014 )
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Holiday in JULY 2014
Written by Philippine Embassy Webmaster   
Sunday, 13 July 2014
ANNOUNCEMENT
HOLIDAY IN JULY


The Embassy will be closed on the following holiday:

•    Tuesday, 29 July 2014 (Eidl Fitr – Feast of Ramadhan)

For emergency cases, please call the Embassy at the following mobile number:  0173 521 5703

 

 

ANKÜNDIGUNG
FEIERTAG IM JULI

Die Botschaft wird am folgenden Feiertag geschlossen sein:

•    Dienstag, 29. Juli 2014 (Eidl Fitr)

Ansonsten ist die Botschaft an den übrigen Arbeitstagen geöffnet.  In Notfällen ist die Botschaft unter der folgenden Telefonnummer zu erreichen:  0173 521 5703
Last Updated ( Monday, 14 July 2014 )
 
PHILIPPINES LAUNCHES EXHIBIT TO COMMEMORATE 60 YEARS OF PHILIPPINE-GERMAN DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS
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Wednesday, 09 July 2014
Berlin PE Officers and Staff pose before the launch of the exhibit in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of Philippine-German diplomatic relations. Inset is the screenshot of the audio-visual presentation on the chronology of Philippine-German relations.
Berlin, 26 June 2014. Earlier this month, the Philippines launched an exhibit to commemorate the 60th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the Philippines and Germany.  The audio-visual exhibit, designed by Mr. Dakila Gonzales from the Philippine Tourism Office in Frankfurt, charted the shared history between Philippines and Germany, which actually originated during Ferdinand Magellan’s “discovery” of the Philippines in 1521.  Magellan’s company not only included German sailors but the expedition was itself financed by Jakob Fugger, a well-known banker from Augsburg.

As the Spanish colonial period took hold, German trading companies began operating in the Philippines in the 1830s and Germans would soon dominate the pharmaceutical industry through such enterprises as Botica Boie and Botica Zobel.  Burgeoning commercial links spurred the German trading states of Bremen and Hamburg to establish consulates in the country.  This strong German presence, which was the second largest expatriate community after the British, led to the creation of the German Reading Club (the forerunner of the current German Club) in 1880.  However, people-to-people interactions were not solely one way.  Dr. Jose Rizal pursued his ophthalmology training at the Charite Hospital in Berlin and he spent considerable time as well in Heidelberg, Wilhemsfeld, Dresden and Leipzig.  Rizal completed Noli Mi Tangere in 1886 and through his benefactor, Maximo Viola, had the first batch of 2,000 copies of his masterpiece published at the Berliner Buchdruckerei-Aktiengesellschaft.
Last Updated ( Friday, 11 July 2014 )
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