Embassy of Belgium in Israel

Belgium in Israel

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Most consular services and all visa applications are by appointment only. Appointments must be made online. Click here for more information.

 

 Brussels
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. We wish you a pleasant and fruitful visit!

 

News

13 Dec

Belgium will reinstate its support for UNRWA, states Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo. UNRWA has been thoroughly screened in recent months and the organisation has been given a new Commissioner General on duty. Other international donors are also reaffirming their support.

10 Dec

Today is International Human Rights Day. Minister of Foreign Affairs Philippe Goffin confirms that Belgium remains committed to the protection and promotion of all human rights for all.

06 Dec

From the 23rd to the 28th of November, the general Director for Bilateral Affairs of the Federal Foreign Office visited the Kingdom of Bahrein and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

03 Dec

Today, Philippe Goffin, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Defence, opens the "E10 Dialogue" in Brussels. This two-day meeting brings together the ten current elected members of the UN Security Council and the five incoming elected members. The aim of the meeting is to increase cooperation between the elected members and to contribute as such to the efficient functioning of the Security Council. Our country is organizing the meeting together with Kuwait, which will complete its two-year mandate on 31 December, and Tunisia, which will join on 1 January 2020.

02 Dec

On the night of 26 November 2019, the Republic of Albania was hit by a violent earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale. Dozens of victims lost their lives and hundreds were injured. In the affected areas around the port city of Durres, many houses have been damaged. Through the emergency mechanism B-FAST, relief workers were immediately ready to respond positively to a call for international assistance from the affected country.