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The Embassy of Israel in Berlin


Address: Auguste-Viktoria-Str. 74-76, 14193 Berlin

Tel.: +49 030 89045500

Fax: +49 030 89045309

E-mail: botschaft@israel.de


The Ambassador

Amb. Jeremy Issacharoff


b 1955 in London, married to Laura Kam, two sons and a daughter
Since 29.08.17 Ambassador of the State of Israel in Germany
2014-2017 Deputy Director-General in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jerusalem
2010-2014 Ambassador, Vice-Director-General for Strategic Affairs,
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jerusalem
2009-2010 Senior Research Fellow - Institute for National Security Studies,
University of Tel Aviv
2005-2009 Envoy of the Embassy in Washington D.C., USA, since then in the rank of
2003-2008 Member of the United Nations Advisory Committee on Disarmament, appointed by
Secretary-General of the United Nations
2001-2003 Deputy Director-General for Strategic Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Jerusalem (weapons control, non-proliferation, counter-terrorism,
Export control and regional security)
1998-1999 member of the joint planning group for strategic policy and of the
Joint Strategic Planning Committee of the US and Israel
1993-1998 envoy for political and strategic affairs, Israeli
Embassy in Washington D.C., USA
1992-1993 Member of the Israeli delegation to the Multilateral Working Group
for arms control and regional security, which was
Peace Conference of Madrid was established
1991-1992 Member of the Israeli delegation in peace talks with the
Lebanon in Washington after the Peace Conference of Madrid
CV S.E. Jeremy Issacharoff, Ambassador of the State of Israel in Germany
1989-1993 Personal Advisor to the Foreign Minister and Director-General in the
Department of State
1986-1989 Political Advisor to the Permanent Mission of Israel to the United Nations
Nations in New York
1982 Entry into the diplomatic service, Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jerusalem
1980-1981 activity in the Legal Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, negotiations
for normalization agreements with Egypt
LLB (hons.) MSc. the London School of Economics



Relations between Germany and Israel is strong and mainly founded in their shared social values ​​and the long and sometimes tragic history of the Jewish communities in Europe. This connection between the two countries is expressed through a wide range of economic, cultural, scientific, technological and political activities and in constant dialogue with heads of state, ministers, parliamentarians and public figures.

Diplomatic relations between Germany and Israel were first officially established in May 1965. From then, they have developed into a strong relationship. A sustained contribution to this, is the 'German-Israeli Future Forum', which was founded in 2005 and was initiated on the 40th anniversary of German-Israeli relations.

Regarding economic relations, Germany is Israel's second largest trading partner after the US, and Israel is Germany's second largest trading partner in the Middle East. Currently, their main goal is to promote and strengthen the cooperation between small and medium enterprises, as well as to increase investment and projects in the areas of energy efficiency, environmental technology and life sciences.

The German-Israeli cultural relations have grown in recent decades. The first contact between the cultures was done before the official establishment of diplomatic relations. Nowadays, the cultural exchange between Israel and Germany is mainly done in the areas of film, literature, theater, music and visual arts.