Embassy of Belgium in Serbia

Belgium in Serbia

Welcome to the website of the Embassy of Belgium in Belgrade


Dear visitor,

Welcome to the website of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium in Belgrade. The services of this Embassy cover the Republic of Serbia as well as Montenegro.

Belgium and Serbia maintain longstanding official relations since 1879. These relations are more intense than ever with manifold bilateral contacts in diverse fields

The Embassy works to advance relations between Belgium and Serbia and between Belgium and Montenegro, through its contacts with the Governments, business communities, civil societies and the public at large in Serbia and Montenegro respectively.

We believe in providing correct, fast and professional services by our diplomatic and consular representatives. This site aims to offer the most relevant and up to date information for Belgians residing in- or travelling to- Serbia and Montenegro, and Serbian or Montenegrin citizens who wish to travel to Belgium or develop business relationships with Belgian companies.

The Embassy expat team has been completely renewed, last summer and we are expecting reinforcement in 2019. Consul Jean Pascal Dricot and I are eager to learn more about the Belgian nationals’ activities in Serbia and Montenegro, be it in the economic and commercial fiield, in the cultural  area or through academic or scientific cooperation. Likewise we would like to invite Serbian and Montenegrin nationals with specific ties to Belgian to keep in touch.

We remain at your service, in the Embassy and  through this website and our Facebook site.

Please don’t hesitate to give us your  feedback, it will help us to improve the quality of our work.

Koen Adam
Ambassador of Belgium in Belgrade



05 Dec

Alexander De Croo launches partnership for sustainable Belgian chocolate with the chocolate industry, major retailers and civil society. 

05 Dec

Conference 'Vers une alliance euro-africaine - Défis communs et perspectives': speech by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders (Rabat, 27 November 2018).

03 Dec

The Convention on the Prohibition of Cluster Munitions celebrates its tenth anniversary. The Convention was signed on 3 December 2008 in Oslo. Belgium pioneered the fight against cluster munitions by adopting in 2006 the first law in the world prohibiting these weapons. In 2007 this commitment was complemented by a law on divestment in the field of cluster munitions production.

02 Dec

In the coming years, Belgium will invest an additional 43 million euros in the rights of girls and women around the world. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo announced this at the “Global Citizen Mandela 100” international charity concert in Johannesburg. Minister De Croo shared the stage with African heads of state and government, and music stars such as Chris Martin, Ed Sheeran, Usher, Pharrell Williams, Beyoncé and Jay-Z.

02 Dec

Over the next two years, Belgium will contribute 4.4 million euros (5 million US dollars) to the fight against forgotten tropical diseases. This will be done through the Extended Special Project for Elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases (ESPEN), a project of the World Health Organization which aims to control and even eliminate five tropical diseases. The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation will double the Belgian contribution, giving twenty million people access to the necessary treatments over the next two years.