Embassy of Belgium in Israel

Belgium in Israel

Welcome to our website

Travel to Belgium :

Latest information on travel to Belgium from Israel. They are subject to change. Please consult the mentioned websites which are frequently updated. Non-essential travel to Belgium (including from Israel) is strongly discouraged for Belgians, Europeans and residents of Israel (coming from Israel). They are nevertheless possible if travelers have a valid vaccination certificate (= Israeli or Belgian certificate) (= more than 15 days after the second injection of a vaccine recognized by the European Union).

1. The Covid vaccination certificates issued in Israel are now recognized by Belgium from 01.09.2021.

2. Only travelers residing in Israel who are holders of Covid certificates:
- valid (= at least 15 days after the second dose)
- issued in Israel (or elsewhere)
- recognized by the European Union (Pfizer, Moderna, Vaxzevria / Astra Zeneca, Janssen, Covishield)
are allowed to travel to Belgium without producing an essential travel certificate, even if their travel is not essential and even if Belgium continues to advise against non-essential travel.

3. Travelers who do not have a valid Covid certificate must obtain an essential travel certificate to travel to Belgium. This certificate is issued by the Embassy after verification that travel is essential.

4. Procedure to go to Belgium : 
- A PCR test carried out 72 hours before the departure flight for Belgium : all travelers from Israel over 12 years old must present a negative test result before departure (PCR test). This even applies to those who are fully vaccinated. 
- Quarantine and two PCR tests are required upon arrival in Belgium. The duration of the quarantine is determined according to the results of the PLF, the PCR test and whether the traveler is validly vaccinated or not.
- More precise information concerning the quarantine (its duration) and the PCR tests in Belgium are communicated following submission of the PLF form or can be obtained from the website below: https://www.info-coronavirus.be/en

5. For more information on the measures to be taken during a trip to Belgium (quarantine, Covid test, vaccination, etc.), consult:
For more questions on this subject, send them to the contacts mentioned in the websites.

6. Note 1: when traveling to Belgium, it is necessary to take into account the health regulations which emanate from three authorities:
- country of destination (Belgium),
- country of departure (Israel),
- airline company.

7. Note 2: for Belgians who have a:
- valid Israeli vaccination certificate,
- Belgian national register number,
- doctor in Belgium,
The Belgian doctor in Belgium can be contacted to check whether it is possible to have the Israeli vaccination certificate registered in Belgium.

Attention: access to the Consulate  only with confirmed appointment  In case of emergencies you can contact us by email: consulate.telaviv@diplobel.fed.be  


Due to the health crisis, the following changes have been made to the operation of the Consulate:

  • All visits to the Consulate must be by appointment, also for procedures that were done without an appointment before (withdrawal of documents, legalisation, ...). 
  • Picking up a passport, ID or documents without an appointment =  only on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 08.30 – 09.30.
  • Appointments for requests of passports + ID can be made on our website .  Do not go to the Consulate without an explicitly confirmed appointment.
  • The Consulate will process all possible files by e-mail:
  • Do send all requested documents separately, titled PDF files. Not in PDF or incomplete? Your file cannot be processed.
  • Size of the email : no larger than 10MB. Are the files bigger, send them over several emails
  • Please send the documents:
    • Once your file is complete
    • All together, on the same day         
  • If birth, marriage, divorce certificate or other documents consist out of several pages, make sure they are scanned into 1 PDF file (including apostille, translations,…)
  • Title of the email: mention the family name, first name and date of birth of the person concerned
  • Rest of the email: explain in detail the purpose of the email.


This will notably be the case for the following procedures, which can be launched by email, without traveling to the Consulate:

  • Registration request, including the first registration of a child: you send us, by e-mail, a scanned copy of all the required documents.
  • Request for a consular attestation: you send us, by e-mail, a scanned copy of the completed and signed request form. As soon as the attestation is ready, an appointment will be made to withdraw the attestation and pay the consular fee.
  • Request to update your marital status: you send us, by e-mail, a scanned copy of the required documents. 
  • Life certificate request: processed entirely by e-mail. Click here for information.
  • Special nationality files: you send us, by e-mail, a scanned copy of the required documents. 
  • You will be invited to respect specific rules of health prudence during your visit to the Consulate. Click here to find out what they are. You will be reminded of them upon confirmation of the appointment. You are asked to respect them strictly, for the wellbeing of all.


Coronavirus COVID19 epidemic

You can check the travel advice on Israel in French or in Dutch.

Please do not come to the Consulate in you have symptoms of the infection.


Welcome to the website of the Embassy of Belgium in Israel. Belgian nationals will find detailed information on passports, identity cards, nationality under “Consular services”. An overview of the diplomatic and economic relations between Belgium and Israel as well as information on the Jewish community of Belgium can be found under “Belgium-Israel”. If you wish to travel to Belgium, you will discover all the treasures our country has to offer. In addition to local events, this website will also keep you updated on Belgian foreign policy, through daily press releases. 



20 Jan

This Thursday 20 January, Dorien Nijs will travel to Strasbourg and the European Parliament where she will present Belgium's citizens' panel recommendations at the plenary session (21 and 22 January) of the Conference on the future of Europe. Sophie Wilmès, in her capacity as Minister for European Affairs, will be present at the Brussels-Midi railway station this morning to express her support and wish her good luck.

24 Dec

Statement by Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.

17 Dec

Faced with its colonial past in Central Africa, Belgium has decided to embark on a necessary journey of research, truth and memory. The research project concerning the segregation suffered by the metis from Belgian colonization for the implementation of the parliamentary resolution 'Metis' is taking place in two phases.

10 Dec

On the occasion of International Human Rights Day, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sophie Wilmès and Minister for Development Cooperation Meryame Kitir reiterate Belgium's commitment to the protection and promotion of all human rights for everyone. 

06 Dec

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sophie Wilmès has decided to grant a voluntary contribution of 400,000 euros to the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) for a programme to combat illicit arms trafficking in North Macedonia. Illicit arms trafficking from the Balkans remains a major concern for Belgium in order to ensure security in Europe and the region.