Embassy of Belgium in Serbia

Belgium in Serbia and Montenegro

Welcome to the website of the Embassy of Belgium in Belgrade


Welcome to the website of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium in Belgrade, with jurisdiction for the Republic of Serbia and for Montenegro. 
On this website, you will find information for Belgian citizens travelling to or living in Serbia or Montenegro. There is also information for Serbian and Montenegrin nationals.  
Contact information, consular issues including visas to Belgium for residents in Serbia and Montenegro, information on the Trade Office of the Belgian Regions, travel advice to Belgium : it is all on this website.
The Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium to Serbia and Montenegro is H.E. Mrs Cathy Buggenhout. 
For the latest news, you are welcome to check out the Facebook page and the Twitter account.

COVID update

UPDATE 23/05/2022:

We are pleased to announce that as of today, there are no longer any COVID-19 related travel restrictions for travel to Belgium from Serbia or from Montenegro. As such the Certificate for Essential travel, the Passenger Locator Form, testing and quarantine obligations are no longer necessary for your travel to Belgium.

For all information, please consult: www.info-coronavirus.be/en/travels

COVID-vaccination certificates

Belgians vaccinated in Serbia or Montenegro can – upon their request – register their vaccination in the Belgian Vaccinnet database. They should contact their doctor in Belgium. If the Belgian based upon the information in Vaccinnet can be considered to be fully vaccinated with a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency, the Belgian can obtain a Belgian/EU vaccination certificate through the MyHealth.Belgium portal.


28 Sep

Belgium is deeply concerned by the repeated threats and acts of intimidation against the International Criminal Court (ICC).

21 Sep

David Jordens will become spokesperson of the FPS Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation.

19 Sep

During her visit to New York for the UNGA78, the 78th General Assembly of the United Nations, Minister of Foreign Affairs Hadja Lahbib will chair a number of ministerial side-events on behalf of our country, in collaboration with European and international partners. Belgium is invited to co-organise a number of events because of its high profile as a defender of children's and women's rights.

18 Sep

During her participation in the opening session of the 78th General Assembly in New York (UNGA78), Minister for Development Cooperation and Major Cities Caroline Gennez focuses on the major policy priorities of Belgian development cooperation.

16 Sep

The General Debate of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA78) opens in New York on 19 September.