Belgium-France relations refer to interstate relations between Belgium and France. Relations were established after the independence of Belgium. Both nations are great allies. Both nations have cultural similarities. Both nations are members of NATO and the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie and both were founding members of the European Union.
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In February 2008, Prime Minister Verhofstadt visited President Sarkozy.
The two countries signed a trade agreement in 1934.
In 1997, French and Belgian defence ministers Alain Richard and Jean-Paul Poncelet signed an agreement providing for Belgium's use of the French armed forces' Syracuse communication satellite system.