Embassy of Belgium in Ukraine

Belgium in Ukraine

Welcome to our website

Are you a Belgian who has recently moved to Ukraine and would like to register with the Embassy in Kyiv? Did you lose your passport while you were travelling through Ukraine as a tourist? Do you need to request a visa in order to travel to Belgium? Then you’ve come to the right address.

This website will keep you up to date on consular matters that are specifically applicable to Belgians in Ukraine, current events in Belgian foreign policy and other useful information or events.

Important notice to holders of a Ukrainian biometric passport from 11 June 2017 on

Please note that from 11 June 2017 on the holders of a Ukrainian biometric passport will be exempted of the obligation of a visa for their short stay visits to the Schengen area.

You will find more instructions on following website: http://openeurope.in.ua/.

If you are holding a non-biometric Ukraine passport, the Schengen visa stays compulsory.

Ukrainian citizens wishing to stay for a long period in Belgium (more than 90 days) must apply for a type-D Belgian visa, whether they hold a non-biometric or a biometric passport.


Message of the Ambassador of Belgium

Read the message of H.E. Luc Jacobs, Ambassador of Belgium to Ukraine, on the occasion of the celebration of 25 years of diplomatic relations between Belgium and Ukraine.

Important notice to the visa applicants

All visa applications for the Embassy of Belgium in Kiev are now introduced at

Artem Business Centre
Hlybochitska street 4
Tel + 380 44 502 21 40

Open 08.30 - 15.00  (for visa application appointments)
For collecting passport: 08.30 - 16.30

Visa procedures:

  1. GO to the website of TLScontact: https://be.tlscontact.com/ua/KBP/index.php
  2. REGISTER ONLINE on Visa-on-Web
  4. PREPARE their visa application
  5. COME to TLScontact in Kiev at the appointment and introduce their visa application.

TLScontact has no regional offices in Ukraine.



12 Feb

On the International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers we reflect on the tens of thousands boys and girls who are recruited today in armed conflicts. Even today, in about twenty countries all over the world, children are exposed to the cruelties of wars and conflicts: they are witnesses or victims to these cruelties and, in many cases, are forced to use violence themselves.

08 Feb

Queen Mathilde and Deputy Prime Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo started today a three-day working visit to Ghana. The focus of the visit lies entirely on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SDGs are the seventeen goals that must be reached in order to eradicate extreme poverty and to protect our planet.

05 Feb

Minister Reynders welcomes the Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances which is meeting upon his invitation today in Brussels. In the fight against impunity, this monitoring mechanism - composed of five independent human rights experts - is still very much needed.

01 Feb

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders and Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo announce the opening of 4 new Belgian embassies in Africa. The existing diplomatic bureaus in Cotonou (Benin), Conakry (Guinea), Bamako (Mali) and Niamey (Niger) will be upgraded to the rang of embassy as of today. In doing so, our country is demonstrating the importance it attaches to its relations with these countries, as well as to the situation in the region.

30 Jan

The Belgian development cooperation will from now on appear on the field with a new logo, a new visual identity and a new baseline: “Belgium, partner in development”. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Development Cooperation Alexander De Croo unveiled today the new visual identity during the New Year reception of the Belgian development cooperation, in the presence of some 450 colleagues and partners of the Belgian development cooperation.