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On 3 July 2015, a few hours prior to the official launch of the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU), Prime Minister Xavier Bettel was interviewed by the daily Luxembourg newspaper" Luxemburger Wort ", during which he stated the importance of this event for the country and the Grand Duchy's role during the next six months.
"There should not be an à la carte Europe", stated Luxembourg's Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Minister of Immigration and Asylum, Jean Asselborn, in an interview with the Trierischer Volksfreund on 1 July 2015 at the launch of the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union, during which he addressed the subjects of Brexit, Grexit, migration and TTIP.
The first event marking the start of the 2015 Luxembourg Presidency brought together the EU High Level Group on Education and Training in Luxembourg-Kirchberg from 18 to 19 June 2015. At the centre of the discussions was education as a pre-requisite for the promotion of social inclusion, through the creation of new jobs and encouraging the active participation of all citizens within society.