Embassy and Consulate of Belgium in Vietnam

Belgium in Vietnam

 

Welcome to our website!

This website gives you an overview of our services and activities. It keeps you also updated on the relations between Belgium and Vietnam.

The ‘Quick Links’ (on the right) provide you with an immediate access to frequently needed information.

The menu on the left contains information about the services offered by the Embassy and the Consulate in Ho Chi Minh-city and who is in charge of what. This information is especially useful for Belgians who work, live or travel in Vietnam or for those who wish to do business with Vietnam. You will learn on how to register at the Embassy, to request a new identity card or a passport, or how to contact the trade services. Forms you may need can be found just under the Quick Links on the right side.

It is important to share your contact details with the Embassy and update us regularly on any change.

This menu contains furthermore useful information needed by foreigners wishing to visit Belgium for professional, educational or leisure purposes.

A number of chapters offer more information on the relations between Belgium and Vietnam including our diplomatic relationsdevelopment cooperation, or economic relations.

The link ‘News & Activities’ will direct you to news about the activities between the two countries, activities of the embassy or on the relations between Belgium and the rest of the world.

One can consult the ‘useful links’ guiding you to websites of Belgian organizations, public institutions, schools, etc.

A special Tiếng Việt page contains specific and targeted information for Vietnamese citizens.

We try our best to provide you with an immediate access to useful information. Do not hesitate to contact us, would you still not find an answer to your query.

We do wish you a pleasant and useful discovery of our website.

News

10 Aug

Following the nomination of a presidential candidate for the Front Commun pour le Congo (FCC), Belgium welcomes the fact that the current president, Joseph Kabila Kabange, thereby renounces a third mandate, as stipulated in the Constitution and in the New Year’s Eve Agreement of 2016.
 

18 Jul

On the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the signing of the Rome Statute, the founding text of the International Criminal Court, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders reiterates his support to this judicial institution which plays an essential role in the fight against impunity. Faced with the trends of withdrawal into oneself and unilateralism, a permanent international criminal jurisdiction with a universal vocation, complementary to national criminal jurisdictions, is more necessary than ever.

17 Jul

Today, exactly 4 years ago, Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over the east of Ukraine. 298 citizens, including many children, lost their lives. Various compatriots also died. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders pays tribute to their memory.

13 Jul

Beyoncé, Chris Martin, Ed Sheeran, Pharrell Williams and a series of other international and African artists will join the international # SheIsEqual  campaign on December 2 at a grand final concert in Johannesburg. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo, who initiated #SheIsEqual and launched the campaign in June in Brussels, is ambitious. “This will be the largest ever campaign to support women’s rights and the Sustainable Development Goals.”

29 Jun

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders is pleased with the decision taken on 27 July in The Hague by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) to assume the role of investigating the responsibilities for chemical attacks in Syria.