Clauß remains German EU Ambassador

Michael Clauß will remain German EU Ambassador in Brussels for another year. According to information from Table.Media, the traffic light coalition agreed on this. The Foreign Office confirmed this upon request. Clauß has already been Permanent Representative of the Federal Republic of Germany to the EU since 2018 and would thus actually be up for a change of location. But the German government prefers to keep the Brussels-experienced and cross-party valued diplomat in the important position.

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