Belgium–Luxembourg relations

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

Belgium–Luxembourg relations


Diplomatic mission
Embassy of Belgium, LuxembourgEmbassy of Luxembourg, Brussels
Thomas LambertArlette Conzemius

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. As of February 2021, the Belgian ambassador to Luxembourg is Thomas Lambert.[1] As of February 2021, the Luxembourger ambassador to Belgium is Arlette Conzemius.[2]

Belgium and Luxembourg share a land border. The Belgian side of the border is mostly Luxembourg Province, with a small part of the German-speaking municipality of Burg-Reuland in Liège Province also bordering the Grand Duchy.

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. "Notre Ambassade | Qui fait quoi?" [Our Embassy | Who does what?] (in French). Service public fédéral | Affaires étrangères, Commerce extérieur et Coopération au Développement. Retrieved 2021-02-21. M. Thomas Lambert: Ambassadeur de Belgique à Luxembourg
  2. "Ambassade du Luxembourg a Bruxelles" (in French). Le gouvernement du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg. Retrieved 2021-02-21. L'Ambassadrice Arlette Conzemius