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Press contact

Media enquiries should be directed to the European Commission press service.


The President is the head of the European Commission. According to the Treaties, he decides on the organisation of the Commission, allocates portfolios to members of the Commission and can make changes at any time. The President also determines the Commission's policy agenda, defending the general European interest. The President was elected by the European Parliament on the basis of his Political Guidelines that were formed drawing on his contacts with the parliamentary committees and the strategic guidelines for the Union presented by the European Council of 27 June 2014:

The President chairs the weekly Commission meetings and sets its policy agenda.

He represents the Commission in:

  • European Council meetings
  • G7 and G20 summits
  • Bilateral summits with third countries
  • Major debates in the European Parliament and the Council (with representatives of national governments)


President Juncker's team supports him in his daily work.
Team page


Appointments and meetings

  • Tue 27 Jun

    Delivers a keynote speech at the 7th Cohesion Forum organised by the European Commission

    Jean-Claude Juncker
  • Tue 27 Jun

    Receives Mr Michael Bloomberg, Special Envoy of the United Nations for Cities and Climate Change

    Jean-Claude Juncker


Luxembourgish nationality. Married.

  • President of the European Commission
    • 2014-present
  • President of the Euro Group
    • 2004-2013
  • Prime Minister of Luxembourg
    • 1995-2013
  • Prime Minister, Minister of State, Minister for the Treasury
    • July 2009–2013
  • Prime Minister, Minister of State and Minister for Finance
    • 1999–2009
  • Prime Minister, Minister of State, Minister for Finance, Minister for Labour and Employment
    • 1995–1999
  • Minister for Finance and Minister for Labour
    • 1994–1995
  • Minister for Finance and Minister for Labour
    • 1989–1994
  • Minister for Labour, Minister Delegate for the Budget
    • 1984–1989
  • State Secretary for Labour and Social Security
    • 1982 - 1984
  • Joined the CSV party
    • 1974