This is a web series on the Belgian-Romanian relations developed by the Embassy of Belgium in Bucharest. To watch all the episodes click here.
Are you a Belgian who has recently moved to Romania and would like to register with the Embassy in Bucharest? Did you lose your passport while you were travelling through Romania 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 Romania, current events in Belgian foreign policy and other useful information or events.
eID card activation and certificate activation
From January 2020, the Belgian Embassy in Bucharest can activate eID, Kids-ID and their certificates (to identify yourself on the internet) using the special card reader with keyboard and letter code PUK.
Card activation and certificate activation:
eID and certificates are activated ONLY IN THE PRESENCE OF THE CITIZEN
an eID of a minor between 12 and 18 years old, can only be activated in the presence of this minor
a Kids-ID can be activated by the parents (or the legal representative) the minor himself must not be present
The Embassy of Belgium in Bucharest has a brand new appointment system!
Starting 1 of March 2019 all appointments for consular services (passport, eID, visa applications,…) will be made online, via E-Appointment and Visa-On-Web.
How does E-Appointment work?
You can make an appointment via this link and choose the requested service. You will receive a confirmation e-mail. Please note that the service you request should reflect your real intention, otherwise the appointment will be cancelled.
If you want to make an appointment for a visa application, you will first have to fill out the visa application form via the application Visa-On-Web. Subsequently, with the file number thus received (VOW…), you make an appointment via the E-Appointment application.
For many years, Belgium has been committed to the safety of Syrian citizens and the end of the Syrian conflict. As a non-permanent member of the Security Council, our country’s voice can carry additional weight with the international community.
Belgium made € 169.8 million available for humanitarian aid. This is found in the final balance sheet of the humanitarian service of the FPS Foreign Affairs, Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo is satisfied. "With this, Belgium is continuing its strong humanitarian commitment of recent years.
Thanks to the Kimberley Process, 98.8 percent of all rough diamonds traded worldwide are reportedly conflict-free today. Yet that percentage could still be improved. Belgium - diamond country par excellence - has taken a leading role.