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The Embassy of Zambia in Brussels is accredited to Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg (The Benelux Countries).

The Embassy also represents Zambia at the following International Organizations; the European Union (EU), the African Carribean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States, the International Criminal Court (ICC), the International Court of Justice (ICJ), The Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), The Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH), The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), and The World Customs Union (WCO) in Brussels.

                

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  • Zambia, will give you plenty of opportunities to see amazing natural beauty, go on thrilling safaris, and experience Africa’s unique culture.

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  • Long overlooked in favor of more established safari destinations like South Africa and Tanzania, Zambia remains one of Africa’s unsung treasures. But as I discovered on a visit last January, it’s bound to become one of the continent’s shining stars

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  • When I am asked “is Zambia safe?” my inclination is to say yes, of cause. I stayed at a hostel in Lusaka (Backpackers), I never had a problem.

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    honor of visiting over 80 countries.
  • There’s no shortage of hotels and lodges, ranging from the economical to the extravagant.

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  • Abseil down the Batoka Gorge and enjoy an action packed adventure coupled with amazing views of the surrounding scenery.

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  • South Luangwa National Park: Life in this world-famous park revolves around the Luangwa River, it provides an invaluable source of water for countless wildlife.

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  • 2017, Zambia was awarded – “Best Stand for Doing Business” at the World Travel Market in Cape Town – South Africa. #WTMA18

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The Zambian economy has been transformed into a free market devoid of price, exchange and interest controls. Zambia’s investment climate today is characterized by a stable macroeconomic environment, democratic political system, excellent laws and government’s good policies.

  • Therefore, Zambia is stable and open for investment.

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She represent Zambia in  ACP sub-committee on Political, Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs. She is also responsible for multilateral issues.

Ms. Bertha CHILESHE

Counselor (Political & Consular Services)
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She represent Zambia in  ACP sub-committee on Political, Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Affairs. She is also responsible for multilateral issues.

Ms. Phyllis CHILEKWA

First Secretary (Press & Public Relations)
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He is responsible for matters of Finance & Development and Intra-ACP Programming, Promotion of Investment and Private Sector Development.

Mr. Musenge MUKUMA

First Secretary (Economic Affairs)
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She is responsible for Programming, Promotion of Investment and Private Sector Development.

Mrs. Delphine M. L. MUNDIA

Second Secretary (Personal Secretary to the Ambassador)
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She is responsible for Programming, Promotion of Investment and Private Sector Development.

Mrs. Bwalya A. YOMBWE

First Secretary (Trade & Investment)
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GOVERNMENT COMMITTED TO UPGRADING SLUMS

GOVERNMENT COMMITTED TO UPGRADING SLUMS

The Government says the implementation of pilot projects on the upgrading of slums is underway in line with its plan to ensure sustainable development. Ministry of Housing and Infrastructure...
Catholic priests enjoy Zambian delicacie

Catholic priests enjoy Zambian delicacie

Embassy of Zambia in Brussels,  Belgium Charge d’Affaires,  Mr Henry Ngilazi explaining Zambian food dishes to Italian Catholic priest Fr Gianfrancesco Sisto. The Zambian dishes where...

PRESIDENTIAL WORKOUTS!
President Edgar Lungu today was joined by a team from Barclays Bank Zambia during his routine exercises at State Lodge in Lusaka this morning.
The head of State led a group of over 150 people on a morning exercises to promote a healthy lifestyle.
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PRESIDENT LUNGU EXERCISES WITH A TEAM FROM BARCLAYS BANK IN LUSAKA

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Fellow country men and women,

We are streaming live from State Lodge here in Lusaka where I have been joined by a team from Barclays Bank Zambia on my routine early morning run and body exercises.

I am encouraging you all to exercise and participate in physical activities on a regular basis.

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President Edgar Lungu inspects Mwomboshi Dam during the official handover of the project by Anhui Foreign Economic Construction (Group) Co. Ltd of China to the Government of the Republic of Zambia on Thursday, December 6,2018-Pictures by EDDIE MWANALEZA ... See MoreSee Less

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (right) congratulates Commissioner General of the Zambia Correctional Services Dr. Chisela Chileshe (left) during the swearing in ceremony at State House in Lusaka on Wedneday, December 5,2018. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2018 ... See MoreSee Less

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu exercising in the gym in Lusaka on Wedneday,December 5,2018. SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2018 ... See MoreSee Less

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu exercising in the gym in Lusaka on Wedneday,December 5,2018. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2018 ... See MoreSee Less

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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (R) confers with Japanese Ambassador to Zambia Mr Hidenobu Sobashima who paid a courtesy on him at State House on Wednesday, 5th December, 2018. The Ambassador called on the President to brief him on his upcoming official working visit to Japan as well as discuss issues of cooperation between Zambia and Japan among other things. Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza/State House ... See MoreSee Less

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State House Trashes Reshuffle Story
State House has dismissed reports that President Edgar Lungu has made reshuffles to his cabinet in the aftermath of his working holiday in South Luangwa.
Special Assistant to the President for Press and Public Relations Amos Chanda said purported statement from State House was false as it had no markings of official correspondence.
“It is absolutely false, people who invest in this have too much idle time on their hands. It is historical when President Kenneth Kaunda went to Mfuwe, he came back with a list of reshuffles, this President (President Lungu) has his own style and he has his own way of doing things,” Chanda said.
“If he wants he can make cabinet reshuffle from where he was in South Luangwa, he can do it, and if he wants he can make it in State House. He can announce anytime there is no standing order as some politician who was boasting about knowing government procedure, totally ignorant, far from the truth, there is no standing order that designates to announce when the President is out.”
He added: “State House according to the circumstances of the time, will either announce when the President has gone, they can announce a day before or at the airport, there is no standing order contrary to that falsehood. I know of a neighbouring country, the established protocol is that they announce when the President is halfway through the journey, another country without embarrassing them, they announce when the President has arrived at the destination. You can’t say there is an order that says when the President gets on the plane there is got to be an announcement.”
Chanda said the Presidency had been bombarded with a lot of calls over the alleged reshuffles.
“It has had an impact we received calls, State House is inundated with calls from diplomats, you can imagine the people supposedly affected and purported to have been removed, it has an effect of causing some disruption in normal government operations, disruption in the markets because business people want to reconfigure the relationships, they want to see whether there is policy shift,” he said.
“It has an effect not just to disrupt government but to disrupt the markets. It is mischievous for people to invest time in purveying falsehoods especially around the Presidency, it is very serious to announce a falsehood around the Presidency especially to say this is statement A when in fact this is Statement B.”
The Presidential aide also shed light on the standard procedure of announcing Presidential statements.
“Statements from State House are very clear, the protocol surrounding the announcement of statements from State House is I (Chanda) will announce it, it will have a stamp above and below. It will be confirmed within 30 minutes by the state broadcaster ZNBC, the Ministry of Information will confirm should there be a situation where I am unreachable. The public newspapers will carry the statement on their website versions that this is a statement,” he said.
“If a statement like that falsehood is seen within 30 minutes if ZNBC does not carry it then the public can ignore it. If it means interrupting a transmission, we will do so.”
A statement has been doing the rounds in the aftermath of President Lungu’s retreat at Mfuwe with speculations over why he opted to leave out his aides rife.
Chanda also parried allegations of corruption among some Presidential aides.
“State House a stringent clearance system, we will not clear anyone with a criminal record to see the President. All the people around the President do not have criminal records, no one is secluded from that,” he said. ZAMBIA REPORTS
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