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Lebanon Independance day: november 22d

  The Lebanese Independence Day, on November 22, 1943, is a national day celebrated in remembrance of the liberation from the French Mandate which was exercised over Lebanese soil for over 23 years. What happened during WWII? When the Vichy government assumed power over French territory in 1940, General Henri Fernand Dentz was appointed as high … Continue reading

Mer Veilleuse Evening tropical at Nausicaa

Christmas is coming early to NAUSICAA – on Friday 12 December 2014, to be exact. The French National Sea Centre in Boulogne sur Mer is holding a “Mer Veilleuse” evening on the theme of a “Tropical Christmas”. The Centre will be full of the magic of Christmas from 6.30 pm onwards, giving guests an opportunity to … Continue reading

The Belgian Foreign Ministry announces closure of Belgian Embassy in Kabul and Consulate in Toronto

  The Foreign Ministry announces the closure of the Belgian Embassy in Kabul and of the Consulate in Toronto. Afghanistan will be added to the jurisdiction of the Belgian Embassy in Islamabad (Pakistan). The competences of the consulate in Toronto (Canada) will be transferred to the Consulate General of Belgium in Montreal. The closure of … Continue reading

The King of Belgium to the Vatican

The Belgian King Philip brings on December 12th  a visit to  the Pope and the Vatican. The program includes a meeting with the Pope and then a meeting with the new Secretary of State Pietro Parolin. Philip has been waiting for  17 months tomeet with the Pope. The last visit by a reigning Belgian king was on October 11th … Continue reading

CAUTION: Impersonation of the name of our newspaper.

  Letter from the publisher. Dear readers, We recently heard that the name of our newspaper is sometimes used in inappropriate conditions by unauthorised persons in certain circumstances in order to obtain advantages or hide their genuine quality. We take these facts extremely seriously. We heard also that   names, similar to, in their structure … Continue reading

Doing Business with Russia.

The Belgian-Russian Chamber of Commerce, GEFCO and the law firm NautaDutilh organized a very interesting evening on “Doing Business with Russia”. Many Belgian companies want to enter the Russian market. Russia is one of the largest contriesin the world. However, addressing the Russian market does not happen easily and requires knowledge, contactsd , and specific customs measures required to … Continue reading

Didier Reynders about the murder of american hostage Peter Kassig in Syria

The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belgium Didier Reynders is outraged by the disgusting murder of American hostage  Kassig by the terrorist and extremist organisation “Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant “(ISIL). The Minister extends his condolences to the family and friends of this aid worker who has done so … Continue reading

“Cooking the world”: the new TV broadcast of brusselsdiplomaticTV

brusselsdiplomaticTV launches its new own tv programs. brusselsdiplomatic is aimed to have as readers expats in Brussels, members of the international community in the capital of Europe. Let’s remember that Brussels  has on its territory  the biggest amounts of diplomats in the whole world. So we have in Brussels an extremely important community of expats … Continue reading

UN: risk of Escalation in Ukraine.

UN is strongly worried about the situation in Ukraine. According to the Secretary General of the Political affairs of UN, Jens Anders Toyberg-Frandzen, the main issue is the risk of escalation in a war on large scale. Indeed one of the potential scenarios is a persistent conflict involving many Eastern European countries which would keep the status … Continue reading

EP community remembers the fall of the Berlin Wall

At the initiative of Delphine Bourgeois, deputy mayor of Ixelles for european affairs, a very important ceremony was held Wednesday afternoon on the esplanade of the European Parliament in presence of numerous personalities including Elisabetha Mogharini, Vice-President of the Commission  and High Representative for Foreign Affairs; Count Lambsdorff MEPs, Vice-President of the European Parliament; many MEPs; … Continue reading

The last harvest in Burgundy

This latest vintage is very promising indeed, with good yields, although it will not completely make up for low levels of stock. After another year of surprising weather, September lived up toto its reputation and played its part to the full in terms of ripening the grapes. The nascent wines are already promising good things, … Continue reading

Social rights violations in the Netherlands

Access to emergency social assistance for homeless people and irregular migrants in the Netherlands is not in line with the country’s commitments under theEuropean Social Charter, according to two decisions published today by the European Committee of Social Rights (ECSR). In relation to a complaint from the European Federation of National Organisations working with the … Continue reading

The european federalist party holds its conference in Athens

On Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th November 2014, the European Federalist Party will hold its 4th European Convention in Athens. From European elections to establishing European Federalism, the Convention will mainly focus on taking stock of EFP participation in May’s European Parliament elections and defining a strategy for the five years ahead. Discussions will non-exhaustively … Continue reading

Success for the GREEN IT NET conference in Rome

  On 29th October the City of Rome and its municipal agency, Risorse per Roma, hosted the final conference of the Green IT Net European Project in the magnificent Sala del Tempio di Adriano of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Rome. Over 90 people participated in the event which saw the partners of … Continue reading

The Governor General of Canada on tour in Belgium

During the commemorative ceremonies of 1914-18, the Governor General of Canada David Johnston made a 2-days visit to belgium where he attended the official ceremonies in Flanders. He also took part to a lunch with belgian businessmen in Palais d’Egmont with belgian minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders  where the economic ties between Belgium and … Continue reading

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