Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. Photo taken in Berlin, Germany, on Feb. 10, 2021 shows a screen displaying German Chancellor Angela Merkel attending a press conference after a video conference with federal state leaders. Germany will extend lockdown efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic for three more weeks till March 7, Merkel and the 16 federal state leaders decided on Wednesday. Credit: Shan Yuqi/Xinhua/Alamy Live News
RM2EAX5HTBerlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. Photo taken in Berlin, Germany, on Feb. 10, 2021 shows a screen displaying German Chancellor Angela Merkel attending a press conference after a video conference with federal state leaders. Germany will extend lockdown efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic for three more weeks till March 7, Merkel and the 16 federal state leaders decided on Wednesday. Credit: Shan Yuqi/Xinhua/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. Two people are walking on the frozen Müggelsee Berlin. Credit: Kira Hofmann/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB/dpa/Alamy Live News
RM2EAXAP3Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. Two people are walking on the frozen Müggelsee Berlin. Credit: Kira Hofmann/dpa-Zentralbild/ZB/dpa/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. A woman looks at floating ice sheets next to the Spree River. A weather phenomenon called the polar vortex split brought snow and icy winds to Berlin and Brandenburg with temperatures well below freezing. Credit: Jan Scheunert/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RM2EAPD7JBerlin, Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. A woman looks at floating ice sheets next to the Spree River. A weather phenomenon called the polar vortex split brought snow and icy winds to Berlin and Brandenburg with temperatures well below freezing. Credit: Jan Scheunert/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. The Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Svenja Schulze (SPD), will answer the questions of the MPs in the one-hour government survey at the beginning of the plenary session on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. Credit: Juergen Nowak/Alamy Live News
RM2EAKX0BBerlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. The Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Svenja Schulze (SPD), will answer the questions of the MPs in the one-hour government survey at the beginning of the plenary session on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. Credit: Juergen Nowak/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. View from the Drachenberg to the city. In the middle you can see the radio tower. Credit: Paul Zinken/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa/Alamy Live News
RM2EAHM0PBerlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. View from the Drachenberg to the city. In the middle you can see the radio tower. Credit: Paul Zinken/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. A single person walks through snow in the government district of central Berlin. A weather phenomenon called the polar vortex split brought snow and icy winds to Berlin and Brandenburg with temperatures well below freezing. Credit: Jan Scheunert/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RM2EAPDH6Berlin, Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. A single person walks through snow in the government district of central Berlin. A weather phenomenon called the polar vortex split brought snow and icy winds to Berlin and Brandenburg with temperatures well below freezing. Credit: Jan Scheunert/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. The Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Svenja Schulze (SPD), will answer the questions of the MPs in the one-hour government survey at the beginning of the plenary session on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. Credit: Juergen Nowak/Alamy Live News
RM2EAKX0EBerlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. The Federal Minister for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Svenja Schulze (SPD), will answer the questions of the MPs in the one-hour government survey at the beginning of the plenary session on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. Credit: Juergen Nowak/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. View from the Drachenberg to the city. In the middle you can see the radio tower. Credit: Paul Zinken/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa/Alamy Live News
RM2EAHM0WBerlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. View from the Drachenberg to the city. In the middle you can see the radio tower. Credit: Paul Zinken/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. A single person walks through snow in the government district of central Berlin. A weather phenomenon called the polar vortex split brought snow and icy winds to Berlin and Brandenburg with temperatures well below freezing. Credit: Jan Scheunert/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RM2EAPD7WBerlin, Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. A single person walks through snow in the government district of central Berlin. A weather phenomenon called the polar vortex split brought snow and icy winds to Berlin and Brandenburg with temperatures well below freezing. Credit: Jan Scheunert/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. Heiko Maas is Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs. In the previous cabinet he was Federal Minister of Justice. The fully qualified lawyer, born in Saarlouis in 1966, was Deputy Prime Minister in Saarland from 2012 to 2013. Credit: Juergen Nowak/Alamy Live News
RM2EANTC2Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. Heiko Maas is Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs. In the previous cabinet he was Federal Minister of Justice. The fully qualified lawyer, born in Saarlouis in 1966, was Deputy Prime Minister in Saarland from 2012 to 2013. Credit: Juergen Nowak/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) attends a weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellor's Office. Credit: Michael Sohn/POOL AP/dpa/Alamy Live News
RM2EAJ1KBBerlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) attends a weekly cabinet meeting at the Chancellor's Office. Credit: Michael Sohn/POOL AP/dpa/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. A single person walks through snow in the government district of central Berlin. A weather phenomenon called the polar vortex split brought snow and icy winds to Berlin and Brandenburg with temperatures well below freezing. Credit: Jan Scheunert/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
RM2EAPDGTBerlin, Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. A single person walks through snow in the government district of central Berlin. A weather phenomenon called the polar vortex split brought snow and icy winds to Berlin and Brandenburg with temperatures well below freezing. Credit: Jan Scheunert/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News
Berlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. Heiko Maas is Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs. In the previous cabinet he was Federal Minister of Justice. The fully qualified lawyer, born in Saarlouis in 1966, was Deputy Prime Minister in Saarland from 2012 to 2013. Credit: Juergen Nowak/Alamy Live News
RM2EANT6TBerlin, Germany. 10th Feb, 2021. Heiko Maas is Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs. In the previous cabinet he was Federal Minister of Justice. The fully qualified lawyer, born in Saarlouis in 1966, was Deputy Prime Minister in Saarland from 2012 to 2013. Credit: Juergen Nowak/Alamy Live News