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Update on 16/02/2022

Travel into Belgium is generally allowed if you hold EU passport, residence permit or visa D. If you are in the possession of visa C (tourism) issued before 03/20 then you may have a risk of not being let into the plane. If you have a vaccination proof  and/or  a PCR test you can enter […]

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Travel in Europe: what is possible 13 May 2020

Travel in Europe: what is possible 13 May 2020

Travel in Europe: what is possible 13 May 2020   Due to COVID-19, travel traffic in most of the continues is severely restricted. Luckily, the first trips are going to be possible within Germany soon. However, other European countries in Europe are also beginning to slack strict rules led with pandemic situation and planning to […]

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Living in Belgium

If you choose Belgium as your country of residence, you are onto a winner. Along with its multicultural and multilingual environment, Belgium has a high standard of living, which has been constantly improving since 1980, according to the 2014 Human Development Report (prepared by the United Nations Development Programme). In 2013, Belgium was ranked 21st […]

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Belgians aged over 65 will keep special yellow box for emergency situations

  The city of Ghent has launched a trial system for emergency situations involving the elderly: a yellow plastic box that’s kept in the fridge. The box contains personal and medical information, as well as contact details of next of kin, and is intended to be used by the over-65s and those who have a […]

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New church will be built in Brussels for first time in 35 years

  A new church will be placed on the van Meyer square in the Brussels commune of Etterbeek. The Brussels-Capital Region has awarded a building permit to the church wardens who own the plot of land where the church is to be built. A neo-gothic church used to exist in that exact same place, but […]

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New French-speaking creche opened in Etterbeek on Monday

  New Etterbeek creche is among the largest in Belgium with room for 180 babies and toddlers The 3,600m² creche employs 60 staff and has been divided into 12 groups, each with a maximum of 15 children. Each group has its own play area, nap room and changing facilities. The opening substantially increases creche capacity […]

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Saint-Josse launching four-day working week for over-55s

  A four-day working week for staff aged 55 and over without any loss of pay or pension contributions has been introduced by The Brussels municipality of Saint-Josse. The voluntary measure aims to improve work-life balance for the council’s longest-serving staff, while also opening up new opportunities for younger jobseekers. Of the 120 municipal staff […]

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SNCB transported record passenger numbers last year

  Figures released this week show the SNCB carried 253 million passengers in 2019, an increase of 11% over three years. The rail operator said the growth came both from commuter travel and leisure. After record year SNCB is looking to hire 1,800 staff. A new nationwide recruitment campaign is about to begin, with the […]

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Google opened its research and development center in Ukraine.

  Tech giant Google launched its second office in Kyiv in January 2020. Till now Google had only been working on promoting its services in Ukraine and had no tech development responsibilities. Now Ukraine’s R&D has become the third such center in Eastern Europe, alongside ones in Poland and Hungary. Google opened its first Kyiv […]

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Estonian e-state and the digital policy of the European Union

  Estonian Prime Minister Juri Ratas and German Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection Christine Lambrecht met on Tuesday to discuss the functioning of the Estonian e-state, data protection and the development of the digital policy of the European Union. Juri Ratas and other government spokespeople affirmed the willingness of Estonia to share experience in […]

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