Luxembourg’s diplomatic network: At your service
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Our diplomatic network is well versed in international economic relations.

Our career diplomats – men and women – are experienced negotiators and experts in fields spanning from global trade rules, international economic standards and norms, to export control regulations and individual personalised business-to business promotion and marketing contacts.

We have a multi-skilled workforce.

diplomatic networkAs specialists in law, political science, international relations or economic affairs, diplomats are trained to quickly gain key insights into various subjects. With this versatility, they can help you identify business opportunities, public or private partners and government interlocutors in Luxembourg.

We specialise in inter-personal relations and communication.

Negotiations, problem solving, conflict handling and critical thinking: our diplomatic skills and extensive experience in interacting with people from various backgrounds and positions can be beneficial to your interest in doing business in or with Luxembourg.

Our diplomatic skills can work for your business.

Companies wishing to establish a presence in Luxembourg can draw on our diplomatic skills. Diplomatic abilities include situational and emotional intelligence in understanding needs, discretion and confidentiality. We are fully committed to assisting you in expanding your activities, developing relationships and identifying public and private partners.

Our embassies and consular offices can be your first point of entry to Luxembourg.

Our well-developed network of 40 embassies, general consulates and permanent representations, 161 honorary consuls and 14 foreign trade advisors is present in over 70 countries, with more diplomatic offices to open in the future. We are available to foreign and domestic entrepreneurs and can help set up contacts and meetings with senior decision makers in Luxembourg.

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