In this interview excerpt, Édouard Molitor, a Luxembourg diplomat from 1960 to 1996, describes the circumstances surrounding his recruitment by the Foreign Ministry in 1960. He also explains how the ministry was organised when he arrived, emphasising the key roles played by Pierre Pescatore and Albert Duhr.
In this interview excerpt, Édouard Molitor, Legation Attaché then Legation Secretary in the Political Affairs Directorate of the Luxembourg Foreign Ministry from 1960 to 1962, discusses his main duties during that period, particularly in his capacity as Deputy Permanent Representative to the Council of Europe.
In this interview excerpt, Édouard Molitor, a Luxembourg diplomat from 1960 to 1996, describes how Luxembourg’s diplomatic representation in the world and in international organisations has developed since the 19th century. He explains how Luxembourg has gradually built up its diplomatic network, particularly mentioning the agreements concluded with the Netherlands and Belgium.