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).

Trade

2014 statistics

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

GDP

US$70 billion

 

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)

Embassies

Recent official visits

New Zealand to Luxembourg

  • April  2013: Foreign Minister McCully travelled to Luxembourg to meet with Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn.

News & Events

Anzac Day Commemoration Service 25 April 2018

Europe
Estonia
European Union
Poland
Ukraine

New Zealanders in Poland, Estonia and Ukraine are welcome to participate in the 2018 Anzac commemoration services with the New Zealand and Australian communities.

Māori Electoral Option 2018

Africa
Antarctica
Caribbean
Europe
Latin America
Middle East
North America
North Asia
Pacific
South Asia
South East Asia

The Māori Electoral Option is an opportunity for anyone who is of New Zealand Māori descent and who is enrolled to vote to choose which electoral roll they want to be on – the General roll or the Māori roll.

Anzac Day 2018 in Belgium

Belgium

New Zealanders living or travelling in Belgium are welcome to participate in the Anzac commemorations in West Flanders.

FONZ newsletter - Brussels

The FONZletter is our electronic newsletter for the Friends of New Zealand (FONZ) group in the European Parliament as well as other key contacts in EU institutions.