Welcome to the website of the Embassy of Belgium in the United Kingdom
© Tom D'Haenens
My latest diplomatic journey has taken my wife and I from Moscow to London. Serving in the United Kingdom is a great privilege. I am committed to further developing the good relations between the UK and Belgium and promoting common interests to the benefit of both our countries. I therefore look forward to our partnership and collaboration.
I hope that you enjoy our website - a portal into Belgium's presence in the UK.
Are you a Belgian citizen living in the United Kingdom or thinking of moving to the UK? Please register with the Embassy in London. Our consular services provide information about how to register, apply for identity cards and passports. Please note that since October 2011, Belgians residing in the UK have to book an appointment and come in person to the Embassy in London to apply for a new passport.
You are interested in travelling to Belgium or would like to study, work or do business there, please check the ‘Travel to Belgium’ section. If you need a visa, an easy and quick application is available via the ‘Visa Application Centre’. Details can be found on www.vfs-be-uk.com.
Finally, do not forget to visit our News and Events sections and join the Embassy’s Facebook page for the latest news from the Embassy of Belgium in London and feeds about events in the UK with a Belgian touch. You can also subscribe to our newsletter.
If you have any questions and/or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guy Trouveroy, Ambassador
In 2016, Belgium and Japan will celebrate 150 years of diplomatic relations and friendship. In the run-up to this year of friendship, a public competition is being held to select the official anniversary logo. The competition is open to any resident of Belgium or Japan, as well as to all holders of Belgian or Japanese citizenship. The deadline for entries is 20 December 2014.Read more
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo, the Minister of Social Affairs and Public Health Maggie De Block and Ebola coordinator Dr. Erika Vlieghe met on Thursday 30 October with Samantha Power, Permanent Representative of the United States to the United Nations. Ambassador Samantha Power conducted the past few days a field visit to the three West African countries most affected by Ebola: Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. She shared her experiences with the two Belgian ministers.Read more
On 22 October, the Belgian ambassador to Burundi, Marc Gedopt, signed two specific conventions, one under the framework of the Institutional Support Programme to the Health sector, the other in the framework of the Support to Vocational and Technical Education programme. In Burundi, the Belgian Development Agency (CTB) and the responsible ministries will be in charge of the implementation of the achievements of these two conventions.Read more
Be-troplive is the Belgian platform for tropical animal health and production, regarding human development, food security and nutrition. Every year, be-troplive organizes a symposium. As the United Nations declared 2014 as the International Year of Family Farming, this year’s theme will concern animal biodiversity and family farming.Read more
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders welcomes the successful holding of parliamentary elections in Tunisia on Sunday 26 October. These elections represent a first but essential step in the last phase of the democratic transition process in Tunisia, which will end with the presidential elections on 23 November (on 28 December, in the case of a second round).Read more