Embassy of Belgium in Poland and Lithuania

Belgium in Poland and Lithuania

Welcome to our website

 
Warshaw

Are you a Belgian who has recently moved to Poland or Lithuania and would like to register with the Embassy in Warshaw? Did you lose your passport while you were travelling through Poland or Lithuania as a tourist? Do you need to request a visa in order to travel to Belgium? Then you’ve come to the right address.

This website will keep you up to date on consular matters that are specifically applicable to Belgians in Poland and Lithuania, current events in Belgian foreign policy and other useful information or events. 
 

We are hiring

The Embassy of Belgium in Warsaw is looking for flexible, hardworking and motivated team players who are result-oriented for the following positions:

  • a full-time consular assistant (M/F/X); on a temporary contract (until summer 2021) and
  • a full-time communications assistant (M/F/X) with focus on social media communication, public diplomacy and  events management; on an initial contract for 1 year with possibility of permanent employment

More information

 

From 1 January 2019, any request for an appointment with the consular services of the Embassy must be submitted online by completing the following form: https://appointment.diplomatie.be/Home/Index/8491d455-fcfa-4297-923a-d729246ffc3a.

 
No cash
From 1 January 2018, the Embassy will no longer be accepting cash payments. From that point onwards we will only be accepting payments by card.

News

18 Feb

Belgium made € 169.8 million available for humanitarian aid. This is found in the final balance sheet of the humanitarian service of the FPS Foreign Affairs, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo is satisfied. "With this, Belgium is continuing its strong humanitarian commitment of recent years.

14 Feb

Thanks to the Kimberley Process, 98.8 percent of all rough diamonds traded worldwide are reportedly conflict-free today. Yet that percentage could still be improved. Belgium - diamond country par excellence - has taken a leading role.

13 Feb

During its two-year membership (2019-2020) of the UN Security Council, Belgium attaches great importance to ‘children and armed conflict’. The theme also occupies a central position during the Belgian presidency of the Security Council (February 2020).

13 Feb

Today, the United Nations Security Council is holding a debate on transitional justice. Belgium, which presides over the Security Council this month, is putting it on the agenda. Through this action, our country wants to step up the fight against impunity, with the ultimate goal of social reconciliation.

12 Feb

Belgium is putting the issue of children in armed conflict on the agenda of the United Nations Security Council, which our country presides over this month. February 12 is the “International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers”, and our country will use that symbolic day to issue a call to action. Minister of Foreign Affairs and Defense Philippe Goffin will chair the briefing at the UNSC on integrating child protection measures into peace processes. King Filip will address the UNSC on behalf of our country.