On this page
Our relationship with Luxembourg
New Zealand‘s main interaction with Luxembourg takes place through the EU and multilateral organisations.
Luxembourg is the second smallest of the EU states after Malta. It hosts a number of EU institutions (including the European Court of Justice and certain organs of the European Council and Parliament).
|Total trade in goods||$6.6 million|
|Exports to Luxembourg||$637,000||Top exports: Toys and sports equipment|
|Imports from Luxembourg||$5.96 million||Top imports: Plastics|
Working holiday scheme
New Zealanders aged between 18 and 30 can apply for a 12-month working holiday visa for Luxembourg.
For more information, please visit Work and Travel Luxembourg(external link).
- New Zealand is represented in Luxembourg by the New Zealand Embassy in Brussels, Belgium
Recent official visits
New Zealand to Luxembourg
- April 2013: Foreign Minister McCully travelled to Luxembourg to meet with Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn.