India, Luxembourg in joint initiative to celebrate ties
Celebrating 75 years of friendship, India and Luxembourg launched a Joint Commemorative Stamp, highlighting the multifaceted nature of the relationship.
"Also, outlined the contribution made by renowned artist Amar Nath Sehgal to the people-to-people ties between two countries," she added.
India and Luxembourg enjoy close, warm, and friendly relations, rooted in a shared commitment to the Rule of Law, democratic values, and development.
India and Luxembourg have longstanding cooperation in the steel sector. Luxembourg Company Paul Wurth Company has been in India for the last two decades and playing an important role in upgrading the steel sector in India in collaboration with SAIL, TISCO, Jindal Steel, etc.
The Indian Diaspora in Luxembourg numbers around 1,000. There are nearly 500 Indian passport holders who work in Arcelor-Mittal, IT, banking, and other service sectors. Indian students also have started coming to Luxembourg for research and post-doctoral studies.
On March 13, the MoS inaugurated the two-day international conference on "Shared Buddhist Heritage" that began in New Delhi with a focus on India's civilizational connection with the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) nations 2023.