German Ambassador Peter Ammon
Ambassador Peter Ammon
(© German Embassy, Washington, DC / by C. Avril)
Ambassador Peter Ammon is Germany's highest-ranking representative to the US government. He represents German interests in the United States and works to foster and deepen German-American relations in the political, economic and cultural spheres.
Feb 14, 2013
Signalling that Franco-German reconciliation matters far beyond the Beltway, German Ambassador Peter Ammon joined his French counterpart Ambassador François Delattre for a two-day visit to Iowa and Chicago to discuss the crucial international significance of the 50-year-old, landmark Élysée Treaty.
The Élysée Treaty at 50
Feb 13, 2013
Ambassador Ammon, who attended the State of the Union Address, welcomed President Obama’s announcement that the US and EU will launch negotiations on a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. He also welcomed his highlighting of Germany as a model for vocational training.
Ambassador on State of the Union
Feb 6, 2013
Ambassador Ammon spoke on the transatlantic economic relationship to around 100 members and guests of the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany at an event in Stuttgart.
Feb 1, 2013
Foreign Minister Westerwelle presented Nunn with the award, bestowed by Federal President Gauck, at a reception on the margins of the Munich Security Conference in the presence of Ambassador Ammon.
Sam Nunn Honored
Jan 31, 2013
“It is clear that the moment for us to collaborate more closely on workforce development is now,” US Deputy of Commerce Secretary Blank said at a forum hosted by Ambassador Ammon as part of the Skills Initiative. The principles of Germany’s first-class dual system can work in the US too, Ambassador Ammon said.
Cooperation in Workforce Training