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[en] General Neutrino Interactions (GNI) are scalar, pseudoscalar, vector, axial vector or tensor interactions of neutrinos with fermions, and generalise the often studied neutrino Non-Standard Interactions (NSI). If GNI arise from heavy new physics, they should be embeddable into effective field theory operators that respect the Standard Model (SM) gauge symmetry. Therefore we consider a full basis of gauge-invariant dimension-six operators involving SM fermions and right-handed singlet neutrinos and map their Wilson coefficients onto GNI parameters. In this embedding we discuss correlations of and bounds on different GNI in the context of charged lepton flavour violation processes and neutrino-fermion scattering, as well as beta decay and coherent neutrino-nucleus scattering. We also study possible UV completions of the relevant dimension-six operators for GNI via leptoquarks that can be related to radiative neutrino masses and B physics anomalies. Details on the numbers of free GNI parameters for Dirac or Majorana neutrinos and for CP violation or conservation are also provided.