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Newsletter - February 2016
We are pleased to introduce you our newsletter which includes recent news and developments about Luxembourg from various areas (aerospace, logistics, fin-tech, ICT, materials, culture etc.) and upcoming events.
Newsletter - January 2016
We are pleased to introduce you our newsletter for January 2016, which includes recent news and developments about Luxembourg from various areas (logistics, ICT, finance, construction, aerospace, automotive, culture etc.) and the upcoming events that you might be interested in.
Newsletter - December 2015
The Embassy of Luxembourg in Ankara is pleased to send you its newsletter for December 2015, with a special focus on "automotive components industry", one of Luxembourg's most innovative and dynamic sectors.. As usual, recent news and developments about Luxembourg from various areas (ICT, finance, culture etc.) and the upcoming events that you might be interested in are also included in our newsletter.
Movie "Mos Stellarium"
In the framework of the European Union 5th Human Rights Film Days, the Embassy of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg kindly invites you to the screening of “Mos Stellarium” (Biz Yıldızlar) by Karolina Markiewicz & Pascal Piron on 07 december 2015, 17:00 at Ankara Büyülü Fener and 15 december 2015, 19:00 at İstanbul Instituto Cervantes.
5th EU Human Rights Film Days
The 5th EU Human Rights Film Days, an event organized in collaboration with The European Union Delegation to Turkey and the cultural centers of the EU Member States, will be held in Istanbul and Ankara around the 10 December Human Rights Day.
The film days will provide a venue for students, human rights activists, movie-goers and all interested in the subject to view a variety of documentary films on the theme of human rights in Ankara (7-20 December) and Istanbul (09-18 December).
Jean Asselborn and Dimitris Avramopoulos in Athens for the first relocation of asylum seekers from Greece
On 4 November 2015, Jean Asselborn, Minister for Foreign and European Affairs and Minister of Immigration and Asylum of Luxembourg, went to Athens with Dimitris Avramopoulos, European Commissioner for Migration and Home Affairs, to meet the first 30 asylum seekers to benefit from the relocation mechanism from Greece agreed by European ministers in September under the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the EU.
From Athens airport, together with the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, the President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz, and the Delegate Greek Minister for Migration Ioannis Mouzalas, they attended the departure of the first group of asylum candidates to Luxembourg, which will process their asylum application..
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