List of diplomatic missions in Belgium

Map of diplomatic missions in Belgium

This article lists diplomatic missions 22 resident in the Kingdom of Belgium. This listing excludes honorary consulates.

At present, the capital city of Brussels hosts 184 embassies. Brussels is unique in that it is not only the seat of the Belgian Government, but also of the European Commission, which is the executive wing of the European Union to which countries accredit representatives, and of the NATO. Thus, a country can send up to three ambassadors to Brussels: one to Belgium, one to the EU, and one to the NATO. Some embassies serve all three functions, while other countries open separate embassies for each, or combine any two of the functions in one embassy.

Diplomatic missions in Brussels

Embassies

Delegations/Missions to the European Union

Other missions or delegations

Gallery

  • Embassy of Andorra

    Embassy of Andorra

  • Embassy of Armenia

    Embassy of Armenia

  • Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Embassy of Burundi

    Embassy of Burundi

  • Embassy of Canada

    Embassy of Canada

  • Embassy of Cape Verde

    Embassy of Cape Verde

  • Embassy of Colombia

    Embassy of Colombia

  • Embassy of Congo-Brazzaville

    Embassy of Congo-Brazzaville

  • Embassy of Ethiopia

    Embassy of Ethiopia

  • Embassy of France

    Embassy of France

  • Embassy of Italy

    Embassy of Italy

  • Embassy of Kenya

    Embassy of Kenya

  • Embassy of Mexico

    Embassy of Mexico

  • Embassy of Poland

    Embassy of Poland

  • Embassy of Romania

    Embassy of Romania

  • Embassy of Russia

    Embassy of Russia

  • Embassy of the United Arab Emirates

    Embassy of the United Arab Emirates

  • Embassy of the United States

    Embassy of the United States

  • Embassy of Uruguay

    Embassy of Uruguay

  • Embassy of Vietnam

    Embassy of Vietnam

Consulates General/Consulates

Antwerp

Charleroi

Liège

Non-resident embassies

Resident in London, United Kingdom:

Resident in New York City, United States:

Resident in Washington D.C., United States:

Resident elsewhere:

Closed missions

Host city Sending country Mission Year closed Ref.
Brussels  Benin Embassy 2020 [31]
 Cyprus Embassy 2016 [32]
 Philippines Permanent Mission to the European Communities 1985 [33]
 Sweden Embassy 2011 [34]
Antwerp  France Consulate General 2011 [35]
 Poland Consulate 2000 [36]
Ghent  France Consulate 1993 [37]
Liége  France Consulate-General 2011 [35]
 Italy Consulate-General 2012 [38]
Mons  France Consulate 1993 [37]
 Italy Vice-consulate 2013 [39]
Namur  Italy Consular agency 1998 [40]

See also

Notes

a.   ^ The political status of Kosovo is disputed. Having unilaterally declared independence from Serbia in 2008, Kosovo is formally recognised as an independent state by 100 UN member states (with another 13 states recognising it at some point but then withdrawing their recognition) and 93 states not recognizing it, while Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory.

References

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