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  • European Film Festival 2015 in Thailand Statement 10/07-09/08 2015

    This year’s European film festival in Thailand "2015 European Union Film Festival" will take place from 10 July to 9 August in three cities across Thailand: Bangkok, Chiang Mai and Khon Kaen.

    The festival showcases 18 quality films from 14 EU countries. All films are screened in their original languages with Thai and English subtitles.

    For more information, please follow: www.facebook.com/EUinThailand and www.sfcinemacity.com or contact SF Call Centre at 02 268 8888. (...)

  • Luxembourg National Day 2015 Statement 23/06/2015

    Despite Grand Duke Henri's actual birthday on April 16, traditionally, since 1961, Luxembourg's National Day is celebrated on June 23. (...)

  • Fête nationale en Asie du Sud-Est Statement 23-25/06/2015

  • Consultations on Luxembourg’s future support to Lao PDR Statement 23/06/2015

    On June 23 around 50 representatives of the Lao and Luxembourg governments, LuxDev, UN agencies in Laos, NGOs supported by Luxembourg and other development partners gathered in Vientiane to discuss the orientations of Luxembourg’s support to Laos under the 8th National Socio-Economic Development Plan 2016 – 2020. (...)

    For more information on ongoing Luxembourg Development Cooperation in Lao PDR please click here .

    For more information on bilateral programs implemented by LuxDev please click here .

  • A new hospital to be constructed in Bolikhamxay province in Laos with support from Luxembourg Development Cooperation Statement 22/06/2015

    On June 22, Lao Minister of Health, Prof. Dr. Eksavang Vongvichit, signed the contract with a Lao-Viet company for the upgrade and construction of the Bolikhamxay provincial hospital in Pakxan. (...)

    For more information on Luxembourg Development Cooperation in Laos, please click here .

    For more information on the Lao-Luxembourg Health Sector Support Programme implemented by LuxDev, please click here .

  • Luxembourg and Laos joining forces to raise awareness on the importance of combatting HIV/AIDS Statement 03/06/2015

    On invitation by Luxembourg, Dr. Bounkong Sihavong, Vice-Minister of Health of Lao PDR will join Mr. Michel Sidibé, Executive Director of UNAIDS and Mr. Daouda Diouf, Director of ENDA Santé in a panel discussion organised during the European Development Days taking place in Brussels from 3rd to 4th of June 2015. (...)

    More information on the panel discussion can be found on the website of the European Development Days .

    More information on the 90-90-90 initiative can be found on the website of UNAIDS .

  • Luxembourg and UNCTAD support Vietnam's efforts in facilitating investment procedures Statement 02/06/2015

    With financial support from Luxembourg and technical assistance of UNCTAD, the Foreign Investment Agency of the Vietnamese under the Ministry of Planning and Investment of Vietnam, developed an internet platform which provides information to potential investors on company creation, the conclusion of business cooperation contracts and amendments of investment certificates including company registrations in seven cities of Vietnam. The eRegulations Vietnam portal is an effective step-by-step and a hands-on tool for the government of Vietnam to increase the transparency, integrity and accountability of public agencies. It will help to ensure that national laws are applied consistently and to harmonize administrative practices across the country. The internet portal is available under vietnam.eregulations.org .

    More information on Vietnam-Luxembourg development cooperation is available here .

  • Entrevue de Jean Asselborn avec les ambassadeurs et représentants de l'Association des nations du Sud-Est asiatique (ASEAN) à Luxembourg Statement 27/03/2015

    Le ministre des Affaires étrangères et européennes du Luxembourg, Jean Asselborn, a eu une entrevue avec les ambassadeurs des États-membres de l’Association des nations du Sud-Est asiatique (ASEAN) le 27 mars 2015 à Luxembourg. L’ASEAN regroupe dix pays, à savoir l’Indonésie, la Malaisie, les Philippines, Singapour, la Thaïlande, le Brunei, le Vietnam, le Laos, le Myanmar et le Cambodge. (...)

    Cliquez ici pour lire dans sa totalité l'article sur le site gouvernement.lu


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