Diplomatic Office of Belgium in Mozambique

Belgium in Mozambique

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12 Jun

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders condemns, like the European Union, the announcements of last week by the Israeli authorities on the construction of thousands of extra settlement units.

09 Jun

The Federal Public Service (FPS) Foreign Affairs has officially transferred a new part of its archives to the Belgian State Archives. Dirk Achten, Secretary-General of the FPS Foreign Affairs and Karel Velle, Director-General of the Belgian State Archives, formalized the transfer this afternoon. The Memorandum of Understanding that has been signed today is an extension of the memorandum signed in December 2014, which had already allowed the transfer of an important part of the Colonial or African archives of the FPS Foreign Affairs to the Belgian State Archives.

07 Jun

On June 5, Montenegro officially acceded to the NATO as 29th member state. Belgium welcomes this accession which constitutes the culmination of the efforts made by the authorities in Podgorica to comply with the requested reforms and obligations.

07 Jun

The EU has several tools at its disposal for the implementation of its Foreign Policy (known as the Common Foreign and Security Policy or PESC). The Common Security and Defense Policy (CSDP) is one of these tools. Since 2003 the EU has conducted in the CSDP-framework, 21 civilian crisis management missions in various unstable crisis area’s worldwide. Every year approximately 30 Belgian experts are deployed/seconded in one of these missions.

07 Jun

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo, together with Unilever CEO Paul Polman, today brought together a group of Belgian top CEOs to exchange views and discuss the importance of sustainable international development. He did so at the start of the European Development Days, the most important European forum for international development that takes place today and tomorrow in Brussels. Alexander De Croo is the initiator of the Belgian SDG Charter that acts as a bridge between international development and the business community.