The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs' attributions are defined by the Grand-Ducal decree establishing the different ministries.
Foreign Ministre Jean Asselborn is very concerned about the fate of the inhabitants of Masafer Yatta, including about what their displacement, if it were to be enforced, could mean for current efforts to achieve peace in the Middle East.
At the invitation of the Prime Minister, Minister of State, Xavier Bettel, the Minister for Patriots and Veterans of the Republic of Korea, Minshik Park, paid a courtesy visit to Luxembourg on 13 September 2023.
"At the invitation of the President of the Republic of Chile, Gabriel Boric, I am representing Luxembourg today, on 11 September 2023, at the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the military coup in Chile."
On 8 September 2023, Franz Fayot, Minister for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs, visited Ukraine. The purpose of the visit was to identify ways of strengthening and tailoring Luxembourg's support to Ukraine's reconstruction and humanitarian needs.
Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs
Since 1980, development cooperation is one of the main pillars of Luxembourg's foreign policy.
For more information, visit the website of the Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs.
Luxembourg's brand image
The Brand Image Promotion coordinates the promotion actors and promotes the country under the label "LuXembourg - Let's make it happen".
More information on the LMIH.lu website.
The Directorate of Defence is part of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, but reports to a specific minister, the Minister of Defence, François Bausch.
For more information, please visit the Directorate of Defence's website.
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