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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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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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  • 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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ZAMBIA PLEDGES TO PREVENT GOAT PLAGUE

ZAMBIA PLEDGES TO PREVENT GOAT PLAGUE

ZAMBIA has reaffirmed its commitment to preventing and combating goat plague (Peste des Petits Ruminants) in line with the global strategy of eradicating the disease by 2030. Minister of Fisheries...
Zambia safe from PPR animal disease

Zambia safe from PPR animal disease

Minister of fisheries and livestock, Hon. Kampamba Mulenga flanked by Zambia Embassy in Belgium, Charge d’Affaires Mr Henry Ngilazi attending the global conference on “partnering and...
We have MOVED !

We have MOVED !

This serves to inform our esteemed clients and the general public that the Embassy of Zambia has relocated to a new location. We are now operating at DREVE RICHELLE 260, 1410 WATERLOO. We look...

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State House Press Office - Zambia

ZAMBIAN GOVERNMENT WILL NEVER WALK AWAY FROM THE PLIGHT OF ITS CITIZENS- INONGE WINAZAMBIAN GOVERNMENT WILL NEVER WALK AWAY FROM THE PLIGHT OF ITS CITIZENS

Lusaka- 25th September 2018

Acting President Inonge Wina as said the government of President Edgar Lungu will never walk away from the plight of Zambians in life or death and at home or abroad.

Speaking when she officiated at the requiem mass of bus accident victims that perished in Mokapane, Limpopo Province in South Africa, held at the Cathedral of the Child Jesus Christ, Mrs. Inonge wina also wished those accident victims in various hospitals, a quick recovery.

And Hon Wina has praised Zambia's High Commissioner to South Africa, Emmanuel Mwamba and his staff for the prompt response and effective coordination of the entire episode.

Hon. Inonge also thanked President Cyril Ramaphosa, President of the Republic of South Africa and the Limpopo provincial government for the help rendered to the both the deceased and those admitted to hospitals.

She said that government would ensure that continued help to the family was rendered until peace is restored after the loss of their beloved ones.

She said that President Edgar Lungu was affected by the tragedy and sent his deepest condolences to the bereaved families and the entire nation.
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First Lady Esther Lungu interacts with children when she visited Cheshire Home in Mongu on Tuesday, September 25,2018 -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA/STATE HOUSE ... See MoreSee Less

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First Lady Esther Lungu with the Litunga at Lealui Palace on Tuesday, September 25,2018, shortly after she paid Courtesy call on him in Western Province where she is expected to commission 20 early childhood centres that have been constructed by Save the Children Foundation -Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA ... See MoreSee Less

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State House Press Office - Zambia

President Lungu addresses the Nelson Mandela Peace SummitI addressed the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit opening ceremony on the sidelines of the 73rd United Nations General Assembly.

I am pleased that we are able to honor the legacy of a great leader and son of Africa, whose contributions towards global peace has remained for the world to emulate. The principles and values that Nelson Mandela and the founding fathers in Africa’s frontline had, proved to the world that healing is possible and reconciliation remains at the heart of human development.

In the quest for the peace and fight against apartheid, Zambia become home to many of South Africa’s freedom fighters and was host to the African National Congress (#ANC) from 1963 to 1994 with its headquarters in Lusaka, the capital city of Zambia.

I therefore wish to call upon the international community to redoubled efforts to build a just, peaceful, prosperous, inclusive and fair world, by placing human dignity at the centre of our actions as Zambia did during the apartheid period.

I thank you.
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President of Zambia His Excellency Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu, Ministers Hon. Alexander Chiteme (National Development Planning), Hon. Joseph Malanji (Foreign Affairs), Hon. Elizabeth Phiri (Gender), Zambia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Ambassador Lazarous Kapambwe and Presidential spokesperson Amos Chanda attending the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit on Monday 24 September 2018 in the UN General Assembly Hall in New York, USA. The focus of the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit is on Global Peace in honour of the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela.

The Peace Summit offers the opportunity for world leaders to renew their commitment to global peace, conflict prevention, conflict resolution, peacebuilding, promotion and protection of human rights and long-term development initiatives as called for by the Secretary-General. The Peace Summit will also adopt a political declaration, which will reaffirm the values of Nelson Mandela. PHOTO | CHIBAULA D. SILWAMBA | MNDP
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On 21st June, 2018, Dr Begashaw paid a courtesy call on His Excellency Mr Edgar Chagwa Lungu, President of the Republic of Zambia to discuss Zambia’s being chosen to host the Sub-regional Centre for Southern Africa in Lusaka.
The Sustainable Development Goals Centre for Africa (SDG/A) is a homegrown African institution, championing the implementation of the SDGs in line with the principles of the African Union’s Agenda 2063.
The Centre is an international Organisation which supports Governments, Civil Society, Businesses and Academic institutions to achieve SDGs in Africa.
The Operations of the Centre is overseen by a Board comprising seven Heads of State and is chaired by His Excellency Mr Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda where the SDGs Centre is based.

Here, Minister of Foreign affairs Mr Joseph MALANJI with Dr BELAY BEGASHAW Director General For The Sustainable Development Goals Centre for Africa (SDG/A) during the signing of the hosting country agreement for Southern Africa region sub office at Zambian mission with Minister of National Development Planning Hon. Alexander Chiteme in New York on Sunday 23-09-2018, Picture by Eddie Mwanaleza.
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State House Press Office - Zambia

Remains of 11 Zambians who died in a road traffic accident in South Africa arrives in the CountryRemains of 11 Zambians that died in a road traffic accident in Polokwane, South Africa have arrived in Zambia.

The Zambia Air Force Plane that transported the bodies arrived at City Airport this afternoon.

President Lungu has declared a day of National mourning in honour of the 11 Small scale entrepreneurs that perished on Monday
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2 days ago

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PRESIDENT LUNGU ARRIVES IN NEW YORKCaptions:

Minister of National Development Planning Hon. Alexander Chiteme, Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya and Minister Gender Hon. Elizabeth Phiri welcoming His Excellency Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu, President of Zambia, at New York Palace Hotel in New York, USA on Sunday 23 September 2018.

President Lungu and his delegation are in New York to participate in the 73rd UN General Assembly High-Level Segment. The theme of the General Assembly is: “Making the United Nations relevant to All people: Global leadership and shared responsibilities for peaceful, equitable and sustainable societies.” Photos | MNDP
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President Edgar Chagwa Lungu (right) unwraps the gift he received from Council of Churches Zambia (CCZ) president Bishop Alfred Kalembo at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium during the 70th Anniversary of the Council of Churches and 31st General Conference of Council of Churches in Zambia on Saturday,September 22,2018. PICTURE BY SALIM HENRY/STATE HOUSE ©2018 ... See MoreSee Less

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First Lady Esther Lungu cleaning the female ward during the Keep Zambia Clean, Green campaign at UTH Adult Hospital where she also donated medical equipments, Blankets and foodstuffs on Saturday, September 22,2018-Pictures by THOMAS NSAMA/STATE HOUSE ... See MoreSee Less

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