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  1. Luxembourg first emerged as a potential space power five years ago. In February 2016, the Grand Duchy launched its Space Resources programme, a project to prepare for the future use of extraterrestrial minerals, water and gases to provide energy and...

  2. Luxembourg is setting itself the task of becoming one of the world’s most advanced digital societies. Policymakers are putting together what they hope will be a winning formula that combines government-led research and private sector initiative. Lead the...

  3. MeluXina is funded jointly by the EU, and the Luxembourg government. Once completed, 35 per cent of MeluXina's capacity will support other HPC projects in 33 different European countries (including the UK), and be used free of charge. Lead...

  4. We know Thai people love good food – so do we ! Which is why the Embassy was happy to team up with the “Food for Fighters” project to donate 100 healthy lunch boxes to the medical team and COVID-19 patients...

  5. Anyone, regardless of nationality, aged 6 or over, wishing to travel by air to Luxembourg, must present upon boarding the negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a test that detects SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid, or of a...

  6. According to the Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Luxembourgish citizens are permitted to enter and stay in Thailand for a visit not exceeding 45 days until 31 March 2021. However, travelers are required to provide: Certificate of Entry (COE) Medical...

  7. ISSUE #38 Korean INFINIQ sets up European HQ in Luxembourg Leading Korean artificial intelligence data specialist INFINIQ has announced the establishment of an overseas sales corporation and European headquarters in Luxembourg. This decision has been facilitated by the Luxembourg Trade...

  8. Luxembourg is the hosting partner of 2021 Cleantech Forum Europe, a major international event in the field of clean technologies. The virtual conference, which takes place on 12-14 January 2021, is an excellent opportunity to showcase Luxembourg's commitment...

  9. Due to the recent Covid-19 outbreak observed from Bangkok, a growing number of provinces are categorized by Thai authorities as "red zones" and subject to disease control prevention measures. Luxembourg citizens are advised to consult relevant Thai government resources...

  10. To mark Belgium & Luxembourg Day in Thailand, the two Embassies joined the BeLuThai Chamber of commerce on 27th of November 2020 for a full day of exciting company visits! The day started early with a visit to Theptex Co...

  11. In the run up to the international Human Rights Day on December 10th, the Embassy organized a screening of "Les Hirondelles de Kaboul" in partnership with the Alliance Française in Bangkok. A critically acclaimed 2019 film directed by Zabou Breitman...

  12. The period of time permitted for temporary stay in Thailand regarding the extension of temporary stay for stranded foreign nationals ended on 31 Ocotber, 2020. Any Luxembourgish citizens who wish to stay in Thailand beyond the date must submit an...

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