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November 2016 

The Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel congratulates Donald Trump on his victory in the Presidential elections.

“These elections were remarkable and the American people have spoken out. I wish you success in carrying out the responsibilities of this high office. I express the wish that you will be a president who unites who is open to a respectful dialogue. I hope that Belgium and the United States will continue to defend our common values of freedom and tolerance.

“You are faced with many challenges, in particular the international fight against terrorism and radicalisation, climate change and a policy for sustainable economic growth. The expectations of people are very high”.The United States is an important ally for freedom, security and stability in the world.
More than ever it is my conviction that a strong and convincing European project is necessary. Belgium will continue to invest in that dynamic.I hope that you will continue to lend your support to the European project and help to guarantee continuing security within the NATO framework.”

The Prime Minister would also like to thank President Barack Obama specifically for the excellent cooperation between our country and the United States.

 View the letter of PM to Donald Trump, President of the United States






July 2016

Belgium’s Candidacy for the UN Security Council

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Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders launched today in New York, in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen and of the Permanent Representatives to the UN, the Belgian campaign for a seat at the United Nations Security Council for the 2019-2020 period.  The motto proclaims:

                                                  “Fostering Consensus, Acting for Peace”

Foreign Minister Didier Reynders affirmed that Belgium will fully commit to the prevention of conflicts, their resolution and the search for a sustainable peace, as well as the prevention and the fight against terrorism, all the while continuing to promote Human Rights, the Rule of Law and Sustainable Development.   July 12, 2016 © MFA of Belgium

Foreign Minister Didier Reynders speech at the UN Security Council  New York on Belgium Candidacy for the UN Security Council 2019-2020.

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February 2016 

Belgium has allocated  75 million EUR for Syria at the International donor conference in London

75 million to allow the refugees to stay in their own region. The international support is intended to improve the refugees’ living conditions. Health, education, better sanitary conditions and also better access to the labour market must be the priority. It is important that we encourage the refugees to stay in the region near their country of origin and to provide dignified living conditions. The support and commitment of the international community can make the difference.”  Elaborated Prime Minister Charles Michel February 4, 2016  



















December 2015 

Belgium and its Foreign Policy on Human Rights, by MFA 

Belgium’s Leadership on Human Rights, by MFA





October 2015

Belgium has been elected to the United Nations Human Rights Council, for 2016-2018




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