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We warmly welcome you to the official website of the Embassy of the Republic of Zambia in Brussels..

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.

                

Mr. Henry NGILAZI
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The Mighty Victoria Falls – ‘Mosi O Tunya’
Africa’s Greatest Natural Wonder

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What visitors say about Zambia

  • 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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    Eric Rosen
    For National Geographic website - Know Before You Go: Zambia
  • 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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    Babeesh, from Michigan, USA
    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 land of the legendary African walking safari, Victoria Falls, the wild Zambezi River, abundant wildlife, and raw wilderness, all in one friendly country.

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This website is designed to provide a gateway to Zambia and continuously present news and information on the country relating to the people and culture; travel and tourism; business and economy including trade and investment opportunities.

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.

  • Zambia has eliminated import controls, so has fostered an open trade-Regime.

  • We hope that, you find this website useful and we urge you to explore Zambia.

Meet Our Diplomatic Team

For further information on matters  concerning your business, our capable professional diplomatic staff will be at had to serve your needs.

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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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Media Articles

Zambia making progress on SDGs targets

Zambia making progress on SDGs targets

Zambia has outlined progress to undertake the implementation of the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which largely form the framework for a structured approach to social...
World Export Development Forum 2018

World Export Development Forum 2018

Meet in Zambia to Do Business with Africa 10-11 September 2018, Lusaka, Zambia Join us at Business-to-Business (B2B) meetings, an integral part of the World Export Development Forum. This unique...

The ZCCM-Investment Holdings in partnership with Health Hope Zambia, from Australia has donated Medical equipment’s. Here, First Lady Esther Lungu with Ndola Teaching Hospital Senior Medical Superintendent Dr Joseph Musohoya and Dr. Pius Chilufya Kasolo, the Chief Executive Officer of ZCCM Investments Holdings Plc during the Hand over of medical equipment’s and Commissioning of boreholes at Ndola Teaching Hospital on Copperbelt on Friday, July 20,2018-Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA ... See MoreSee Less

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State House Press Office - Zambia

President Lungu during a rally at Kasenengwa School Grounds in #Kasenengwa in Eastern Province

Edgar Chagwa Lungu
Fellow countrymen and women,

We are streaming live from Kasenengwa School Grounds in #Kasenengwa district Eastern Province where I have come to drum up support for our party Council Chairperson candidate Saul Zulu .

Join me as I work to bring development to our people.

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First Lady Esther Lungu greets Ndola Teaching Hospital Senior Medical Superintendent Dr Joseph Musohoya on arrival in Ndola on Thursday, July 19,2018, where she is expected to commission boreholes and handover medical equipment to Ndola Teaching Hospital. - Picture by THOMAS NSAMA ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

State House Press Office - Zambia

Republic of Sudan Vice-President, His Excellency Hasabo Mohamed Abdelrahman today paid a courtesy call on His Excellency Mr Edgar Chagwa Lungu, President of the Republic of Zambia at State House after the official closing ceremony of the just ended 20th COMESA AUTHORITY OF HEADS OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT SUMMIT at Mulungushi International Conference Centre in Lusaka.
During the meeting the President said there is need for Zambia to escalate its bilateral and multilateral cooperation with the Republic of Sudan. The President said there is a lot that Zambia can learn from Sudan especially in the area of Agriculture including Energy, Mining and Education and technology sectors. The President says Zambia can draw a number of lessons from Sudan in value addition and crop diversification because the country has a flourishing agriculture sector.
The President notes that Africa’s integration will only be realised, if countries on the continent supported each other by forging strategic partnerships at both bilateral and multilateral levels.
Meanwhile, the President expressed concern at the continued political instability in South Sudan and looked forward to a time when the Government and other groups will work towards a peaceful settlement for that country to forge ahead. The President hailed the Government of the Republic of Sudan for the efforts It was making in helping to restore peace in South Sudan.
And the Sudanese Vice-President conveyed fraternal greetings from President Omar Al Bashir to the President and extended an invitation to him to visit that country at his convenient time.
The Vice-President briefed the President on efforts that Sudan was making to help restore peace in South Sudan and expressed concern at the continued influx of refugees from that country to the North due to political instability.
The Vice-President also assured the President that the Sudanese Government was committed to supporting the new COMESA Secretary General Ms Mulenga Kapwepwe and was confident that she will excel In taking the continental body forward.
The Vice-President was accompanied to the meeting by Sudanese Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Trade,Industry (Mr. Mohamed Abdalla Idris, Mr Elsadig Mohamed Ali and Mr Abdul Daood) and that country’s Ambassador to Zambia Hussein Awad Ali .
The meeting was also attended by Hon. Freedom Sikazwe (Minister-Presidential Affairs) and
Foreign Affairs Permanent Secretary, Chalwe Lombe.
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President Lungu addresses a rally to drum up support for Lusaka Mayoral Candidate Miles Sampa at Chawama Grounds in Lusaka on Monday, July 17,2018-Picture by EDDIE MWANALEZA ... See MoreSee Less

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First Lady Esther Lungu receives the symbol of Authority, bestowed on her by Chief Madzimawe when she paid a courtesy Call on him at his Foundation's offices in Chipata on Thursday, July 12,2018-Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

State House Press Office - Zambia

PRESIDENT LUNGU MEETS WITH CHINESE ENVOYI met the Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Mr Li Jie and discussed a broad range of bilateral cooperation mainly focusing on economic cooperation between our two countries.

Ambassador Li assured me of China’s continued cooperation and support in various areas of national development including the debt restructuring measures announced by the Minister of Finance, Margaret Mwanakatwe last month.

I informed the Chinese Ambassador that #Zambia will proactively engage #China at every stage of the implementation of the Debt Restructuring Programme to avoid disruption in the financing for project implementation and overall contractual obligations.

I also appealed to the Chinese Ambassador to inform all relevant Chinese authorities, financiers and companies that there will be no disruption in the ongoing projects because there was a careful approach to guide the implementation of the measures announced by the Minister of Finance.

Furthermore, I have assigned the Ministers of Finance, Foreign Affairs, Housing and Infrastructure, and National Development Planning to travel to China in the coming days to hold strategic consultations with Chinese authorities, financing institutions and Chinese companies doing business in Zambia to discuss the Debt Restructuring Programme.

Let me thank the Chinese Ambassador for the strong support China has provided to Zambia. I encourage him to work towards even greater bilateral cooperation in all areas of mutual interest between our two countries.
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First Lady Esther Lungu embraces Magwero School Pupil Selina Phiri as Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya's Spouse Dr Mutinta Chilufya hug Ruth Mwanza at Magwero School for the Blind and the Deaf where she visited Pupils with special needs on Wednesday, July 11,2018 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA ... See MoreSee Less

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State House Press Office - Zambia

First Lady Esther Lungu with Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya and IIROSA Regional Director -Southern Africa Sheikh Walid R. EL Saadi during the Commissioning of the eye hospital at Chipata Central Hospital, where she also launched an eye camp set by the Esther Lungu Foundation Trust in partnership with the International Islamic Relief Organization for Southern Africa and the Ministry of Health on Tuesday, July 10,2018 -Picture by THOMAS NSAMA ... See MoreSee Less

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First Lady Esther Lungu visits patients with eye problems at Mwami Adventist Mission Hospital as they await transportation for surgery to Chipata Central Hospital, where an eye camp has been set by the Esther Lungu Foundation Trust in partnership with the International Islamic Relief for Southern Africa on Monday, July 9,2018–Picture by THOMAS NSAMA ... See MoreSee Less

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