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  1. Les Letters of agreement avec les différents utilisateurs de notre espace aérien sont revus régulièrement. L'accord avec le Cercle Luxembourgeois de vol à voile (CLVV) a été modifié pour la saison 2018 et fût signé le vendredi 30.3.2018 par M. Claudio Clori (CEO f.f.), M. Constant Rausch (chef ATC/APP) et le président du CLVV, M. Tom Scholtes.

  2. In the context of the Salisbury attack, the Luxembourg Government stands in full solidarity with the United Kingdom in the face of this serious challenge to our common security.

  3. Head of Space Affairs at the Ministry of the Economy, Marc Serres, has been appointed Vice-Chairman of the ESA Council for the remaining mandate of the current chairship until 30 June 2019. As the first Vice-Chairman of the ESA Council from Luxembourg, he replaces Otylia Trzaskalska-Stroińska, Deputy Director, Innovation Department at the Ministry of the Development of the Republic of Poland.

  4. Taking into account the international orientation of the Luxembourg labour market with an exceptional level of foreign and multilingual workforce, the Luxembourg Employment Agency (ADEM) has launched today the English version of its internet platform Portail de l’emploi ( which already is available in French and German.

  5. The 14th of March 2018, Prime minister Xavier Bettel had a meeting with his British counterpart, Theresa May, at 10 Downing Street. The two prime ministers discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, as well as European and international politics.

  6. Prime Minister Xavier Bettel traveled for a working visit to Dublin, Ireland, on March 5, 2018. Today, 5th of March 2018, the Prime Minister had a meeting with the Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar. The counterparts discussed about the bilateral relations between the two countries, but also about the future of the European Union and particularly Brexit.

  7. Even though the General Police Inspectorate (IGP) does not have the competency to examine complaints about the rightfulness of Police fines in relation with contraventions to the traffic regulations (“Code de la Route”), the IGP often happens to be the recipient of such complaints.

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