The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (MFEA) defines and implements Luxembourg’s foreign and European policy. The MFEA coordinates the Luxembourg government’s external action and endeavours to promote a coherent approach towards diplomacy, defence, development and immigration while supporting Luxembourg’s interests abroad.
A founding member of most of the major international institutions, including the European Union and the United Nations, Luxembourg is a fervent advocate of European integration and multilateralism. Luxembourg’s diplomacy defends the values of liberty, peace and security, democracy and human rights, good governance and the rule of law, solidarity and sustainable development, motivated by a constant concern to preserve and strengthen the framework of international law within which international relations operate.
To this end, the MFEA and its diplomatic network, imbued with a spirit of common purpose and partnership, work to promote stability and prosperity. Luxembourg’s diplomacy serves the people of Luxembourg, state institutions, the private sector and civil society to promote and defend the full range of Luxembourg’s interests abroad in the political, economic and commercial, cultural and consular arenas.
Luxembourg’s diplomacy is characterised by its dynamism, reliability and professionalism.
The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs’ attributions are defined by the Grand-Ducal decree creating the ministries.
The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs comprises
a general secretariat and eight directorates.
Vacancies within the ministry are posted online on the civil service portal, except for electoral observation missions and calls for applicants for development co-operation positions. To enable you to keep better track of your application, we advise you to contact our service.
The ministry’s public contracts are published on the public contracts portal. Certain public contracts can be highlighted in our dedicated heading.