Today, the Council of the European Union has adopted the mandates authorizing the opening of negotiations with the United States for the conclusion of two separate agreements, namely an agreement on the elimination of tariffs for industrial goods and an
April 4th 2019 is marked by the inauguration of the first Luxembourg-Chengdu direct international freight rail connection.
Luxembourg reaffirms its full support to the International Criminal Court (ICC). As the world’s first permanent international criminal court, the ICC represents one of the most important steps in the development of international criminal justice and in the fight
Luxembourg has taken note of the decision of the European Commission in the HUHTAMAKI case.
In fall 2019, the University of Luxembourg launches a two-year Interdisciplinary Space Master program.
On January 26th, various Member States urged Mr. Nicolás Maduro to take the necessary legal steps for democratic presidential elections to be announced within 8 days. On that same day, the EU High Representative / Vice President issued a statement on
Luxembourg refers and fully subscribes to the statement of the European Union of 26 January 2019 on the situation in Venezuela.
Luxembourg’s research community, the Luxembourg Government, and NVIDIA announced today the creation of a joint AI laboratory in Luxembourg.
Didier Reynders, Depuy Prime Minister, Minister for Foreign and European Affairs and of Defence of the Kingdom of Belgium, and Étienne Schneider, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg, signed a joint declaration at the Palais d'Egmont in Brussels on 23 January 2019.
From January 28th, 2019, the IGP’s offices can be found at the 2nd floor of following address: 67, rue Verte L-2667 Luxembourg
On Saturday, January 12, 2019, the police and the rescue services will participate in a national anti-terrorist exercise on the site Belval and more specifically in and around the Rockhal and Esch / Belval and at the Emile Mayrisch Hospital Center (CHEM).
Several new legal and regulatory provisions applying directly to citizens will enter into force in 2019. Here is an overview of the main changes that will directly impact citizens. This list is not exhaustive.
According to an in-depth study conducted by the Luxembourg Space Agency, using space resources is expected to create major socio-economic benefits in many areas, including GDP impacts, employment creation as well as market and technology spillovers in several technical domains such as data analytics, materials science, additive manufacturing and robotics.