Luxembourg–United States relations
The United States, fighting on the Allied side, contributed to Luxembourg's liberation in World War I and World War II. More than 5,000 American soldiers, including U.S. Army General George S. Patton, are buried at the Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial near the capital of Luxembourg City, and there are monuments in many towns to American liberators. The strong U.S.–Luxembourg relationship is expressed both bilaterally and through common membership in NATO, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
- United States Ambassador to Luxembourg: Robert A. Mandell
- Ambassador of Luxembourg to the United States (concurrently non-resident Ambassador to Canada and Mexico): Jean-Louis Wolzfeld
Embassies and Consulates
- Embassy of Luxembourg in Washington, D.C.
- Consulate General of Luxembourg in New York
- Consulate General of Luxembourg in San Francisco
- Embassy of the United States in Luxembourg City
The LACS was founded in 2004 by individuals of Luxembourg descent in America as well as citizens of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Immigration from Luxembourg to the United States.
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