Belgian Office, Taipei

Belgium in Taiwan

Attention: From now on, the Belgian Office, Taipei  (BOT) works only through online scheduling. Make your appointment online via our platform e-Appointment.

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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

Belgium sends a convoy with humanitarian material to Ukraine via the B-FAST emergency aid mechanism. Foreign Affairs provides protective equipment and basic necessities during cold climate conditions, such as generators, sleeping bags, first aid kits and soup.

25 Nov

25 November is the symbolic day on which we focus on the elimination of violence against women. It also marks the kick-off of the annual international campaign "16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence" to eradicate violence against women and girls around the world.

18 Nov

Joint statement by Belgium, France, the UK and the US on the situation in eastern Congo.

18 Nov

For the fourth consecutive year, Belgium is providing 2 million euros to the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) for its activities in Iraq and Syria.

17 Nov

This 17 November afternoon, the court in The Hague (The Netherlands) delivered its verdict in the criminal trial opened on 9 March 2020 against 4 suspects prosecuted for the destruction of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 on 17 July 2014.