As it did during the World Cup in Brazil and the Euro in France, the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in close cooperation with the Royal Belgian Football Association (RBFA) and the federal police, has done everything to make sure the the Red Devils fans can enjoy the games of our team, both in Russia and abroad.
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With the Easter holidays approaching, Foreign Affairs is stepping up its campaign for Travellers Online. We welcome the support of Goedele Liekens and Adrien Jovenau, two well-known media personalities who travel the world, in two promotional clips. Starting as of today, they can be watched on all our social media channels and on our websites.
The Council of Ministers approved this morning a draft law on consular assistance to Belgians abroad. This draft law was submitted by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders. Consular assistance is the help which Belgians receive from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs when they are in trouble abroad.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Didier Reynders is following very closely the situation in the Carribean due to hurricane Irma. Through our embassies and consulates our fellow citizens have received advice and instructions. Belgians travelling through the region can contact at any time our diplomatic missions via the emergency numbers. It is still recommended to strictly adhere to the instructions of the local authorities.