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Cookie policy

Use of Cookies  

Cookies are small text files containing small amounts of information which are downloaded and may be stored on any of your devices that enable internet usage e.g. your computer, smartphone or tablet. We currently use only performance cookies on this website  


Performance Cookies  

These cookies collect information about how the website is used, like which pages are visited and which links are clicked on. The information is all aggregated and cannot be used to identify you. These cookies are solely from the third-party analytics service of Google.

Google Analytics 4 (GA4)

Google Analytics measures how users interact with our website content. This information can lead to a better user experience and helps us to continuously improve our website's functionality. These cookies will be preserved on your browser for a maximum period of two years.  

GA4 cookies used on the site are:  

•    _ga (distinguishes users from one another, default expiry after 2 years)

•    _ga_<container-id> (used for session state data, default expiry after 2 years)

•    _gid (registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor     uses the website. This cookie expires after 24 hours)


Your cookie preferences

You can at any time view or change your cookie preferences by visiting the ‘Cookie Preferences’ link at the bottom of this page. Your Internet browser also allows you to change your cookie settings, for instance to block certain kinds of cookies or files. You can therefore block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. For further information about deleting or blocking cookies, please visit:

Cookie Preferences

Who can I contact for further questions or any complaints about cookies?

You may send any cookie-related questions to We will answer your question as soon as possible. Privacy-related questions can also be addressed to  

If you so wish, you can also file a complaint with a supervisory authority. In Luxembourg, this is the National Committee for Data Protection