Embassy of the Belgium in the Republic of Latvia

The Belgium embassy has been closed. Due to this reason information here is out of date and this page serves as an archived copy.

The Belgium embassy in Riga is located in the city center. The Embassy's working hours are from 9:00 to 13:00, 14:00 to 18:00 local time. National Day is the 21th July; 15th November.

Address of embassy

Location of embassyThe Belgium embassy in Latvia is located at Alberta iela, 13 , 5th floor in Riga. The Embassy's postal code is LV 1010.

Contact details

Tel.: +371 671 148 52
Fax: +371 671 148 55
e-mail: riga@diplobel.fed.be


Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary posted to Latvia at the Belgium embassy is His Excellency (H.E.) Mr. Frank Arnauts.

On October 18th 2011 Ambassador of Belgium H. E. Mr. Frank Arnauts offered his letters of credentials to the President of the Republic of Latvia, H. E. Mr. Andris Berzins.Belgium is a favourite European tourist destination. It boasts a number of important cultural and historical sites, many of which are to be found in its principal townsBrussels is the federal capital of Belgium. It is known for its squares, monuments and magnificent museums. The impressive main square (Grand-Place) with the town hall and surrounding alleyways and old houses is one of the finest in the world. Brussels is also home to many national and foreign companies, the main Belgian political institutions and many European institutions (European Commission, European Parliament, Council of Ministers). Brussels is both the political and administrative centre of Europe.

Pictures of the embassy

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Text From Website

New promotional film for Belgium A new version of the promotional film "Belgium beyond expectations" is available. There are two versions of the film, which is intended to promote Belgium abroad.The film for businesspeople highlights the key strengths that make Belgium attractive to foreign investors and on the external markets. The film for the general public concentrates on the cultural diversity and art of living that characterise Belgium and the Belgian people.