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  • ICT Spring Europe 2020 to be held in Luxembourg from 15-16 September 2020 Statement 07/04/20 11:44:00

    The annual ICT Spring Europe 2020 will be held from 15-16 September 2020 at the European Convention Centre in Luxembourg. The event will host an array of international professionals as well as high level conferences, exhibitions and demonstrations of latest technology trends and innovations on themes like AI, FinTech, Digital Supply Chains, Space Technologies and Cybersecurity. There will also be a “Pitch Your Startup” competition, where talented entrepreneurs with great ideas are given an opportunity to present their startups  and win up to 50,000 euros.

    Indian startups that are actively involved in the above sectors are invited to participate in the ICT Spring Europe 2020, which will see the participation of top decision makers from the technology world and offer a perfect place to network with peers and future business partners. Read more..

  • Embassy Hotline - COVID19 Statement 17/03/20

    The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs advises against all non-essential travels to other countries. Luxembourgish nationals currently outside of Luxembourg who wish to come back to the country will have to contact their travel agency, tour operator or airline.

    In the context of the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19, the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs reiterates its call to consult the website of the Luxembourg Government .

    For every Luxembourgish nationals/tourists currently travelling in India and the region or any citizen travelling to Luxembourg, in case of urgent questions related to the Coronavirus please contact:

    Embaasy Hotline:+91 880 021 10 98

    Coronavirus Hotline in Luxembourg : 8002 8080    Twitter/Facebook: @LUinIndia

  • Luxembourg becomes first country in the world to offer free public transport Statement 01/03/20

    Luxembourg is the first country in the world to offer nationwide free public transport for everyone. As of 1 March 2020, all inhabitants and visitors to Luxembourg can use public transport and explore the whole country for free. Tickets are no longer required for bus, train or tram travel.  This is an important social measure which will allow households to save around EUR 100 per year. Watch the video..

  • Kleos Space dispatches satellites for the launch of the upcoming PSLV C49 mission by ISRO Statement 17/02/20

    Luxembourg based Kleos Space recently dispatched 4 of its Scouting Mission nanosatellites to Chennai in preparation for the launch aboard the upcoming Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) C49 mission being conducted by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre. This contributes to  the growing cooperation between Luxembourg and India in the Space sector. Read more..

  • First Visit of the Minister of Foreign And European Affairs of Luxembourg,H.E. Mr. Jean Asselborn to Sri Lanka Statement 03/02/20

    Following the invitation of the Minister of Foreign Relations of Sri Lanka, H.E. Mr. Dinesh Gunawardena, the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs and Minister of Immigration and Asylum, H.E. Mr. Jean Asselborn, went to Sri Lanka for an official visit on 30 January 2020.

    On this occasion, Minister Asselborn was received by the President of Sri Lanka, H.E. Mr. Gotabaya Rajapaksa, as well as by the Prime Minister, H.E. Mr. Mahinda Rajapaksa. He also had a bilateral meeting and a working lunch with the Minister of Foreign Relations.

    Minister Asselborn took this opportunity to identify with his counterpart ways to strengthen the bilateral relations between both countries. The ministers discussed the importance of economic, commercial and financial relations and the various possibilities for deepening them, particularly in the fields of green finance, ICT and tourism.

    Luxembourg accredited its first Ambassador to Sri Lanka, H.E. Mr. Jean Claude Kugener, who is co-accredited from New Delhi and presented his credentials to the President of Sri Lanka on 20 January 2020. Last year, a Luxembourg Consulate was opened in Sri Lanka, and Mrs, Suwanitha Senanayake was appointed Luxembourg's first Honorary Consul in Colombo. Read more..

  • First Visit of the Minister of Foreign And European Affairs of Luxembourg, H.E. Mr. Jean Asselborn to Nepal Statement 31/01/20

    Following the invitation from the Minister for Foreign Affairs of Nepal, H.E. Mr. Pradeep Kumar Gyawali, the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, H.E. Mr. Jean Asselborn, visited Kathmandu for an official visit from 29 to 30 January 2020. Visiting Nepal in the context of the 45th Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries, Minister Asselborn had a meeting followed by a working lunch on January 29 with his counterpart, Minister Kumar Gyawali. During his visit, Minister Asselborn was also received by the Honourable Prime Minister of Nepal, Mr. Khadga Prasada Oli, to discuss the bilateral relations.

    The two ministers highlighted the excellent bilateral relations between the two countries, especially in the field of development cooperation as many NGOs from Luxembourg are active throughout Nepal since more than 3 decades.   Read more..

  • Visit of the Minister of Foreign And European Affairs of Luxembourg, H.E. Mr. Jean Asselborn to India Statement 29/01/20

    Following the invitation by the Minister of  External Affairs of India, H.E. Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, the Minister of Foreign and European Affairs and Minister of Immigration and Asylum, H.E. Mr. Jean Asselborn visited New Delhi from 27 to 28 January in his fourth official visit to the Republic of India. On January 28, Minister Asselborn met with the Minister of External Affairs of India, Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, for a bilateral meeting, followed by a working breakfast.The ministers praised the excellent bilateral relations between Luxembourg and India and discussed in depth the political, financial, economic and commercial ties that unite the two countries since the establishment of their diplomatic relations in 1948. The ministers discussed ways to further strengthen cooperation in areas of common interest, in particular in the areas of steel, engineering, ​​investments, green and sustainable finance, digitalisation, as well as in the space sector. Read more..

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