Luxembourg appeals the Commission’s decision in the Amazon case
The Luxembourg government has decided to appeal the European Commission’s decision in the Amazon case.
Statement by Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of Luxembourg Jean Asselborn after the announcement by the President of the United States regarding Jerusalem
Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Jean Asselborn regrets the decision of the President of the United States to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. This unilateral decision announced on 6 December 2017 is not in conformity with the
English-language version of the Citizens Portal on Guichet.lu
Starting 7 November, Guichet.lu will be available entirely in English. Proposed by Dan Kersch, Minister for the Civil Service and Administrative Reform (Ministre de la Fonction publique et de la Réforme administrative), and conducted in close collaboration with the
Council of Government adopts Emergency Response Plan for drinking water
At its session on 8 September 2017, the Council of Government approved the Emergency Response Plan to be implemented in the event of a disruption in the drinking water supply ("drinking water ERP"). The emergency response plan defines
Luxembourg comments on the Commission’s decision in the Amazon case
Luxembourg has taken note of the decision by the European Commission in the Amazon case. Luxembourg will use appropriate due diligence to analyse the decision and reserves all its rights.
Exercise to set up part of the emergency reception centre at Parc Hosingen
As part of the scheme to draw up plans for managing crisis situations, it was decided to plan a centre to receive people who have had to be evacuated in an emergency, at Parc Hosingen. Although the planning for the
Web-based Integrated Briefing Tool available
In the scope of ANA's close cooperation with Belgocontrol in matters of aeronautical and meteorological information our two ANSPs now offer a common web-based briefing tool for all flights to/from Luxembourg and Belgium.
Meeting of Pierre Gramegna with Avdullah Hoti, Minister of Finance of Kosovo
On April 5th, 2017, Pierre Gramegna received his homologue Avdullah Hoti at the Ministry of Finance in Luxembourg.
The Council of Governement – adoption of the “Maritime piracy” emergency response plan
On 14 October 2015 the Council of Government has approved and rendered enforceable the maritime piracy emergency response plan. The plan aims to : define the actions of the government, determine which bodies will manage the crisis, set out the process
Elaboration of a post-accident plan following a nuclear accident
On 4 March 2016, the Council of Government agreed in principle to elaborate a post-accident plan following a nuclear accident. Based on the French model, all the concerned ministries, administrations and State services will be involved. The post-accident
Luxembourg to appeal the Commission’s Fiat decision
The Luxembourg government today has decided to appeal the European Commission’s decision in the Fiat case, in order to seek legal clarity and previsibility on the practice of tax rulings.
The European Commission announces opening of State Aid investigation
The European Commission announced today that it has adopted a decision to open an investigation into possible fiscal State aid by Luxembourg to McDonald's. The adoption of the opening decision is a procedural step that does not pre-judge the outcome of the investigation.
Luxembourg's position on the European Commission's decision in the Fiat Finance and Trade case
Luxembourg will use appropriate due diligence to analyse the decision of the Commission as well as its legal rationale.
Changes to the 'Mass Casualties' Plan
At its session on 24 July 2015, the Council of Government approved and promulgated a number of changes to the emergency response plan defining the country's arrangements in the event of an incident involving mass casualties occurring anywhere in
The Council of Government – adoption of the „Extrem Weather“ plan
On 22 May 2015 the Council of Government has approved and rendered enforceable the emergency response plan in the event of extreme weather conditions. The plan was developed under the leadership of the High Commission for National Protection (HCPN) in
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