Luxembourg Embassy Night in Washington with the International Correspondents Committee

Ambassador of Luxembourg Jean Paul Senninger (on the right) gave an informative speech about his country. To the left Myron Belkind of the International Correspondents Committee and former National Press Club President Donna Leinwand.Ambassador of Luxembourg Jean Paul Senninger (on the right) gave an informative speech about his country. To the left Myron Belkind of the International Correspondents Committee and former National Press Club President Donna Leinwand.

IT WAS ONE OF those classic Washington events on Wednesday evening, October 26, when Ambassador Jean Paul Senninger welcomed the National Press Club’s International Correspondents Committee to Luxembourg Embassy Night at the embassy’s beautiful chancery on Embassy Row.

AMBASSADOR Senninger gave an informative speech about Luxembourg, a pivotal nation of 500,000 inhabitants with the world’s highest per capita gross domestic product and a central role in the European Union and the euro currency zone. Additionally, he talked about its history, culture, tourism and business opportunities as well as relations with its relations with the United States. The speech was followed by a lively Q&A.

Myron Belkind of the International Correspondents Committee (on the right) gives the traditional National Press Club mug to Ambassador Jean Paul Senninger of Luxembourg. On the left is Keith Hill.Myron Belkind of the International Correspondents Committee (on the right) gives the traditional National Press Club mug to Ambassador Jean Paul Senninger of Luxembourg. On the left is Keith Hill.

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