Embassy and Consulates of Belgium in Norway and Iceland

Belgium in Norway and Iceland

Situation Covid-19 (Corona) in Norway & Iceland

All information regarding the current measures in place in Norway & Iceland can be consulted on our COVID-19 page.

Latest update: 28/01/2021.


Due to the recent developments regarding the Corona-virus, based on the directives from the local authorities, The Embassy has adapted the opening hours accordingly: 09.30 to 13.00. For personal visits an appointment is required.

If you require information, please contact us by e-mail. We kindly ask you to keep a reduced service in account, this due to the actual circumstances. We remind you that the emergency hotline is only to be contacted in cases of real emergencies (death, accidents, incarcerations,…). Travel or ID-documents will be handled during the opening hours.


Important updates:

General information:

Are you a Belgian who has recently moved to Norway and would like to register with the Embassy in Oslo? Did you lose your passport while you were travelling through Norway 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 Norway and Iceland, current events in Belgian foreign policy and other useful information or events.


26 Jan

January 26, 2021 marks the centenary of our country's diplomatic relations with Estonia and Latvia, whose independence Belgium recognized in 1921. Belgium maintained this historic decision during the decades following the Second World War and stood by these countries when they regained their independence in 1991.

26 Jan

This Tuesday January 26, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sophie Wilmès met the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece, H.E. Mr. Níkos Déndias, during his visit to Brussels. The two ministers were able to exchange their experience in the management of the COVID-19 epidemic in their respective countries and their views on major European issues.

26 Jan

On Monday, January 25, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sophie Wilmès met with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Slovenia, H.E. Mr. Anze Logar, during his visit to Brussels. It was a first meeting with her counterpart. The bilateral relationship between Belgium and Slovenia, beyond the European framework, is excellent.

25 Jan

On Monday January 25, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sophie Wilmès, participated with her counterparts to the Foreign Affairs Council held in Brussels. It began with exchanges on topical issues during which the European ministers discussed the political situation in several regions of the world, but also the future of transatlantic relations or the European strategy to facilitate access by third countries to vaccines against COVID-19. An exchange of views was also held with the Japanese Foreign Minister, H.E. Toshimitsu Motegi.

25 Jan

This month, Belgium takes over the presidency of the Benelux for one year. Initially, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sophie Wilmès was to present the priorities of this presidency at a ceremony in Brussels in the presence of her Dutch and Luxembourg colleagues Stef Blok and Jean Asselborn, but given the sanitary evolution and the outbreak of new variants, this meeting has been canceled.