Diplomatic Representation in Brussels (B)

Relations with Belgium

The representation in Brussels also serves as Liechtenstein’s Embassy to the Kingdom of Belgium. Relations between Belgium and Liechtenstein are of a friendly nature and devoted primarily to cooperation in multilateral matters. The two countries are closely linked to each other through a number of international treaties, with the EEA Agreement representing the most comprehensive form of cooperation.

Belgium is, similar to Liechtenstein, a hereditary constitutional monarchy. Another uniting element is the fact that German is one of Belgium’s official languages. Belgium therefore participates regularly in meetings of the Heads of States of German-speaking countries; in 2016 this meeting was held in the Belgian city of Eupen.


    Liechtenstein‘s Ambassador Sabine Monauni at the accreditation by H.M. King Philippe of the Belgians

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    • Adrian Hasler
    • Daniel Risch
    • Mauro Pedrazzini
    • Dominique Hasler
    • Katrin Eggenberger
    • Alternate Ministers
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    • Ministry of General Government Affairs and Finance
    • Ministry of Infrastructure, Economic Affairs and Sport
    • Ministry of Social Affairs
    • Ministry of Home Affairs, Education and Environment
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