Paul van Zeeland
Paul Guillaume van Zeeland (11 November 1893 – 22 September 1973) was a Belgian lawyer, economist, Catholic politician and statesman born in Soignies.Van Zeeland was a professor of law and later direc...
Paul van Zeeland - Wikipedia
Joseph Octave Delepierre
Joseph Octave Delepierre (1802–1879) was a Belgian lawyer, archivist, diplomat, author and antiquary. He spent his later life in the United Kingdom, and is best known for his studies of macaronic lang...
Joseph Octave Delepierre - Wikipedia
Johan C. Verbeke
Johan C. Verbeke (born 1951) is a Belgian diplomat and a former Belgian Ambassador to the United Kingdom. Prior to serving in London, Verbeke was the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and Hea...
Koen Vervaeke
Koen Vervaeke (born 22 April 1959) is a Belgian diplomat and since 6 December 2007 the first European Union’s ambassador as Special Representative and Head of the European Commission delegation to the...
Thierry de Gruben
Baron Thierry de Gruben (born 17 November 1941) is the current Ambassador from the Kingdom of Belgium to the United Kingdom.He joined the Belgian diplomatic service in 1969 after studying law at the U...
Frank De Coninck
Frank De Coninck (born 1945) was the Belgian Ambassador to the Holy See (Vatican), from 26 October 2006 till his retirement in February 2010. Before this he was Marshal of the Royal Household of the R...
Pierre Harmel
Pierre Charles José Marie Harmel, Count Harmel (16 March 1911 – 15 November 2009) was a Belgian lawyer, Christian Democratic politician and diplomat. Harmel served eight months as the 40th Prime Minis...
Leo Tindemans
Leonard Clemence "Leo" Tindemans ([ˈleːjoː ˈtɪndəmɑns]; 16 April 1922 – 26 December 2014) was a Belgian politician. He served as the 43rd Prime Minister of Belgium serving from 25 April 1974 until he ...
Leo Tindemans - Wikipedia
Jules d'Anethan
Jules Joseph, Baron d'Anethan (23 April 1803 – 8 October 1888) was a Belgian Catholic Party politician.After serving as minister for Justice and Religion, D'Anethan was named the 12th Prime Minister o...
Jules d'Anethan - Wikipedia
Gustave Rolin-Jaequemyns
Gustave Henri Ange Hippolyte Rolin-Jaequemyns (31 January 1835 – 9 January 1902) was a Belgian attorney at law, diplomat and Minister of the Interior (1878–1884) as a member of the Unitarian Liberal P...
Gustave Rolin-Jaequemyns - Wikipedia
Marc Otte
Marc Otte (born 26 April 1947 in Brussels) was the European Union's Special Representative to the Middle East peace process from 14 July 2003 until 28 February 2011. As of 1 March 2011, his duties as ...
Willy Claes
Willem Werner Hubert "Willy" Claes ([ˈʋɪli klaːs]; born 24 November 1938) is a former Belgian politician who served as the eighth Secretary General of NATO, from 1994 to 1995. Claes was a member of th...
Willy Claes - Wikipedia
Robert Rothschild
Baron Robert Rothschild (Brussels, 16 December, 1911-London, 1978) was a Belgian diplomat. He helped to draft the Treaty of Rome of 1957, the foundation of the European Economic Community (EEC) in 195...
Marcel Rijmenans
Marcel Rijmenans was a Belgian ambassador. He was born in Antwerp June 16, 1922 and died in Brussels March 22, 2012. He held a degree in commercial and consular sciences, Antwerp. He married in 1947 a...
Isidore Jacques Eggermont
Isidore Jacques Eggermont (15 May 1844 – 16 April 1923) was a Belgian diplomat, who was also active as a photographer and writer in North Africa and Asia.In 1874, Eggermont travelled to Egypt and Pal...
Isidore Jacques Eggermont - Wikipedia
Paul-Henri Spaak
Paul Henri Charles Spaak (25 January 1899 – 31 July 1972) was a Belgian socialist politician and statesman, who served as Prime Minister of Belgium (1938–1939, 1946 and 1947–1949), as the first Presid...
Paul-Henri Spaak - Wikipedia
Jean Richardot the Younger
Jean Richardot the Younger (Mechelen 7 October 1570 - Cambrai 28 February 1614) was bishop of Arras (1602–1609) and prince-archbishop of Cambrai, duke of Cambrai and count of the Cambrésis (1609–1614)...
Jean Richardot the Younger - Wikipedia
Paul Splingaerd
Paul Splingaerd (Brussels, 1842 - Xi'an, China, 1906) was the Belgian foundling who became an official or mandarin (bureaucrat) in the late Qing government. As both a Belgian and a Chinese mandarin,...
Paul Splingaerd - Wikipedia
Jacques Groothaert
Baron Jacques Groothaert (1922–2009) was a Belgian diplomat and entrepreneur. He was honorary chairman of the company SA Belge de Constructions Aeronautiques (SABCA), former Ambassador for Belgium to...