Embassy of Belgium in Poland and Lithuania

Belgium in Poland and Lithuania

Welcome to our website

 
Warshaw
  

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.

 

On 15 and 16 October, the consular counter of the Embassy will be closed. We will remain reachable by email and by phone in case of emergency.

As from the 1 of May 2018, please send the all consular requests to the following e-mail address :  consulate.warsaw@diplobel.fed.be

In 2018 the Embassy will be closed on the following days:

1.01 (Monday) New Year
2.04 (Monday) Easter Monday
1.05 (Tuesday) Labor Day
3.05 (Thursday) Polish National Day
31.05 (Thursday) + Fri 1/6 Corpus Christi
15.08 (Wednesday) Assumption
1.11 (Thursday) + Fri 2/11 All Saints’ Day
15.11 (Thursday) King’s Day
25.12 (Tuesday) + Mon 24/12 Christmas
26.12 (Wednesday) Boxing Day

 

Consulate in Wrocław temporarily closed

The Consulate of Belgium in Wrocław is temporarily closed. Please contact the Embassy in Warsaw: tel 0048 22 551 2800 - emergencies after office hours 0048 602 298 918.

 
Message for the Belgian citizens in Lithuania

Our network of Embassies and Consulates general is being reorganised. As a consequence, our Embassy in Vilnius has closed its doors on 31 May 2015. Since 1st June 2015, Lithuania is part of the jurisdiction of our Embassy in Warsaw.

 
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.

News

18 Oct

Today, the Chamber of Representatives approved an amendment of the legal framework in which the Belgian Investment Company for Developing Countries (BIO) operates. The amendment is the final element of a thorough reform of BIO. This reform makes the investment company better embedded in the Belgian development policy, strengthens the link with the private sector, and increases the impact of the development initiatives in Belgium’s partner countries.

18 Oct

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo endorsed a number of international commitments today to step up the efforts against sexual misconduct in the international aid sector. The commitments were signed in the margins of the international high-level meeting “Putting People First” which took place in London today.

17 Oct

Belgium is the second most efficient donor in the fight against extreme poverty. This is the conclusion of the respected Overseas Development Institute (ODI) in their recent report: “Financing the end of extreme poverty”. Our country ranks right behind Ireland, but ahead of Scandinavian countries such as Norway, Sweden and Finland. The focus on least developed countries and the strengthening of aid effectiveness has been one of the priorities of the Belgian development cooperation policy over the last years.

15 Oct

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders is pleased that the European Union created a sanction regime against the use of chemical weapons today in Luxembourg. This allows the EU to act against people and organization involved in the development and the use of chemical weapons. This decision by the Council of Ministers of Foreign Affairs, underlines the European commitment to the fight against these gruesome weapons.

12 Oct

Speech by Minister of Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo on the occasion of the celebration of Marleen Temmerman.