German foreign minister Heiko Maas said on Monday many of the problems on that border had since been resolved and queues of traffic were now much shorter.
（1）Germany has said it will re-evaluate the lockdown after the Easter holiday; for the car parts maker at the heart of its first outbreak, the immediate crisis is over. Webasto’s office has reopened.
（2）German Ambassador Michael Freiherr von Ungern-Sternberg told the Council on Tuesday that the only solution to the crisis was “a political, peaceful democratic one through credible transparent, free and fair legislative and presidential elections excluding any use of force.”
（3）【Germ】【any 】【requ】【este】【d th】【e OP】【CW’s】【 ass】【ista】【nce 】【last】【 mon】【th. 】【Russ】【ia h】【as c】【riti】【cise】【d bo】【th B】【erli】【n an】【d th】【e ag】【ency】【 for】【 wha】【t it】【 say】【s is】【 the】【ir r】【efus】【al t】【o sh】【are 】【info】【rmat】【ion.】
（6）GENEVA (Reuters) - Africa is losing nearly $89 billion a year in illicit financial flows such as tax evasion and theft, amounting to more than it receives in development aid, a U.N. study showed on Monday.
（7）Germany also plans set up a fund with public and private lenders to provide long-term financing to protected areas in those countries, he said.
（9）Ghani was sworn in for a second term on Monday, in a ceremony attended by U.S. Special Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad and other international representatives including NATO forces commander Scott Miller.
（10）GENEVA (Reuters) - The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Saturday that it was discontinuing its trials of the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine and combination HIV drug lopinavir/ritonavir in hospitalised patients with COVID-19 after they failed to reduce mortality.
（12）GERMANY - Germany will, if possible, send a 47-strong rescue team. Also 1 million euros in immediate aid via the German Red Cross to establish first aid stations in Beirut and provide medical equipment.