Belgian Office, Taipei

Belgium in Taiwan

Welcome on the website of the Belgian Office, Taipei!

The Belgian Office, Taipei (BOT) serves as a link between Belgian and Taiwanese organizations, companies and individuals alike and promote exchanges between them.

Together with the local representations of FIT and AWEX-BIE, the BOT responds to trade inquiries, provides market information and assists in locating Taiwanese partners for Belgian companies and organizations in various sectors of activities. We also promote the Belgian investment environment to Taiwanese companies interested in setting up operations in Europe.

Our consular section provides a wide range of consular services to local Belgian and Luxembourg nationals and delivers visa to persons visiting Belgium.

Can't find what you are looking for on our website? Contact us by email, telephone (+886 2 2715 1215) or via Facebook.

 

 

News

28 Nov

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders had a working lunch at the Belgian residence in Abidjan with Leonard She Okitundu, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Democratic Republic of Congo, who since Monday is taking part in the preparatory meetings for the summit between the African Union (AU) and the European Union (EU) in Ivory Coast.

28 Nov

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo visits today, together with Prime Minister Charles Michel, a revalidation center in Bamako (Mali). This visit gives them a first-hand view on how the innovative humanitarian approach of our country works in the field. Handicap International presents in Bamako the development of 3D-printed limbs. The ICRC presents its plan to build a new physical revalidation center in Mali with the very first Humanitarian Impact Bond developed in partnership with Belgium.

24 Nov

The 13th ASEM Foreign Minister meeting took place on 20-21 November in the capital of Myanmar. This meeting allowed good discussions between European and Asian Countries on the crisis in Northern Rakhine.

22 Nov

Today Ratko Mladić has been found guilty of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. This sentence puts an end to a long legal battle in this Tribunal for the many victims of the atrocities which have taken place 20 years ago in the Western Balkans.

22 Nov

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders is shocked by the inhuman treatment of migrants in Libya and by the use of violence against them. He condemns these revolting practices. Belgium takes good note of the enquiry opened by the Libyan authorities, with the hope that it will be concluded as quickly as possible.