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  1. The Conference on the Future of Europe is a citizen-led series of debates and discussions that will enable people from across Europe to share their ideas and help shape our common future.

  2. The first National Cultural Development Plan serves to guarantee freedom of expression and the necessary creative spaces, so that arts, culture and actors can continue to improve the quality of our lives.

  3. The national identity card is the administrative proof of identity and nationality of its holder. Holding an identity card is compulsory for all Luxembourg nationals aged 15 and over and who reside in a Luxembourg commune. Persons under 15 years...

  4. 'Electronic Governance 2021-2025' strategy The 'Electronic Governance 2021-2025' strategy, drawn up jointly by the Ministry for Digitalisation and the

  5. This page publishes official information by the Luxembourg Government regarding the LuxLetters.

  6. Equality is one of the fundamental principles of our democracy. All websites and mobile applications of public bodies are subject to a requirement of non-discrimination of users, in particular on the issue of disability.

  7. The Benelux Union brings together the kingdoms of Belgium and the Netherlands as well as the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The Union, founded in 1944, aims at a closer cooperation between the three countries. Predominantly economic at its beginnings, the Union now focuses on three key themes: internal market and economy, security and society as well as sustainable and digital cooperation.

  8. Introduction   The protocol in Luxembourg distinguishes between working visits, official visits and state visits, with state visits being reserved for Heads of State at the formal invitation of HRH the Grand Duke. However, Heads of State can also come

  9. The Chamber of Deputies unanimously adopted the new Animal protection law on 6 June 2018. In a continuously changing society the old law of 15 March 1983 was no longer relevant. Peoples’ attitudes towards animals have substantially changed since 1983.

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