Deputy Prime Minister Jean Asselborn of Luxembourg

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Asselborn said the EU ministers had criticized the role of the unelected Guardian Council, which vets legislation and candidates for their Islamic orthodoxy, in barring reformist candidates from the election.
Asselborn said the EU was very disappointed.
Asselborn said the mission of the EU delegation is to explain the issue to the United States and Japan "face to face", making them aware of the EU position on the embargo lifting.
Following talks in Luxembourg today with his Serbian counterpart Vuk Jeremić, Asselborn said that he More Jean Asselborn New Stories UE.
Jean Asselborn has insisted that the United Nations needs to be involved in the framework.
Asselborn said June 22 will be “an important day.
President Mubarak called on Israel to allow Palestinian police officers to move freely into Egypt, where they will receive training, Abdel Fattah said, adding that President Mubarak and Asselborn discussed preparations for an international conference in Egypt late next month on how to restore security and stability in Iraq.
after he learned of the reports on Saturday morning.
In an interview with Serbian daily Večernje Novosti, Jean Asselborn said the EU still believed in the European perspective of all Balkan states, including.
BRUSSELS (AFX) - Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn said he hopes voters in this Sunday's referendum will vote in favour of the EU constitution and thereby send a positive signal to the rest of the EU.
Jean Asselborn was born on 27th April 1949 and now lives in the town of Steinfort, where he served as mayor between 1982 and 2004.
On 31st July 2004, following the June 2004 parliamentary elections, Jean Asselborn was appointed Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Immigration.
cooperation between Luxembourg and Peru.
Jean Asselborn was elected to the Luxembourg Parliament for the first time in 1984.
Looking ahead to the summit, Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn said a failure to reach decisions would be "very, very negative.