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.
Nov 15, 2012
Ambassador Ammon hosted a dinner reception to honor Senator Lugar for his longstanding commitment to the transatlantic friendship, international disarmament policy, and bipartisan cooperation.
Honoring Sen. Lugar
Nov 15, 2012
Ambassador Peter Ammon and his wife, Marliese Heimann-Ammon, were pleased to welcome Vice President Joe Biden to their residence on November 14. In his first visit to the German Ambassador's Residence, Vice President Biden attended the Ambassador's reception honoring his longtime friend and colleague, Senator Richard Lugar. It was a very special evening for Ambassador Ammon and his wife and for the entire staff at the residence.
Vice President Biden
Nov 14, 2012
"If anything can be said that best characterizes you, Senator Lugar, it would be that you have always been on the right side of history and ahead of the curve," Ambassador Ammon said at a dinner he hosted honoring Senator Lugar. "You stood up for people who struggled for freedom, from the Philippines to South Africa, from the former Soviet Empire to the Arab Spring."
Honoring Senator Lugar
Nov 13, 2012
Ambassador Ammon spoke on the transatlantic relationship at American University’s School of International Service. More than 100 students attended and engaged the Ambassador in a lively debate.
Nov 9, 2012
| Germany.info, dapd
For its efforts in IT security, the German Government has been awarded the “Cyber Award International.” State Secretary Cornelia Rogall-Grothe, Commissioner for Information Technology, accepted the honor from US cyber security specialists Symantec in Washington, DC.