Belgium-Luxembourg Relations
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Belgium%E2%80%93Luxembourg Relations
Belgium-Luxembourg relations
Map indicating locations of Belgium and Luxembourg


Diplomatic mission
Embassy of Belgium, LuxembourgEmbassy of Luxembourg, Brussels
Thomas AntoineJean-Jacques Welfring

Belgium-Luxembourg relations are the bilateral relations between the Kingdom of Belgium and Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

Both countries have a history of close cooperation, notably within the Belgium-Luxembourg Economic Union, Benelux and within the European Union.

Belgium has an embassy in Luxembourg and Luxembourg has an embassy in Brussels. The Belgian ambassador to Luxembourg is Thomas Antoine.[1] The Luxembourg ambassador to Belgium is Jean-Jacques Welfring.[2]

Belgium and Luxembourg share a land border. On the Belgian side of the border, nearly all of it is with the province of Luxembourg; a small part in the north is with the German-speaking municipality of Burg-Reuland in the province of Liège.

From 12 November 1964 to 7 October 2000, the Grand Duchess consort of Luxembourg was Josephine-Charlotte, born a Princess of Belgium and wife of Grand Duke Jean of Luxembourg.

Maison du Luxembourg in Brussels, which houses the Luxembourg Embassy to Belgium.

See also


  1. ^ "Ambassade van België in Luxemburg" (in Dutch). Buitenlandse Zaken, Buitenlandse Handel en Ontwikkelingssamenwerking. Retrieved 2016.
  2. ^ "Ambassade Du Luxembourg À Bruxelles" (in French). Ministère des Affaires étrangères et européennes. Retrieved 2016.

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