In the German capital, Lower Saxony shares a new and modern building with another state, Schleswig-Holstein. The representative office in the geographical and political heart of Berlin is the ideal location for lobby work.
Through Lower Saxony's representation at national-government level, it exerts its influence on the legislation and administration of the Federal Government and on projects carried out by the European Union. It is here that the work of the Bundesrat (Upper House of Parliament) is coordinated with the ministries of Lower Saxony and also with the other German states, and where the voting decisions of Lower Saxony in the Bundesrat take shape.
All in all, it is very much a case of "first come, first served". It is often the case that legislation has already been decided upon or that subsidy funds have already been exhausted. To be able to take the right action through being in possession of the right information at the right time, or to identify the right source of funds in good time, are the most important tasks of Lower Saxony's state representatives.
Vertretung des Landes Niedersachsen beim Bund
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