H.E. Leo D’aes, Former Ambassador of Belgium to Serbia 2014-2018
Belgian Serbian Business Association (BSBA), headed by its President Mr Hugo van Veghel, hosted a dinner party for outgoing Ambassador H.E. Leo D’aes and his wife Ms Monique Driesmans D’aes, who are departing Belgrade after completing a successful four-year term in Serbia.
Belgian Serbian Business Association (BSBA), headed by its President Mr Hugo van Veghel, hosted a dinner party for outgoing Ambassador H.E. Leo D’aes and...
Ambassador of Belgium to Serbia, H.E. Leo D’aes and Mrs Monique Driesmans - D'aes, hosted a reception commemorating the country’s national holiday. In his speech,...
In Mali Mokri Lug the ceremony marking the beginning of construction works on BELhospice Day Center, the first hospice day centre in Serbia.
H.E. Leo D’aes, Belgian Ambassador To Serbia
Western Balkan countries which genuinely want to belong to the EU, and share and defend its basic values and political objectives, are being offered ample opportunities for implementing such a policy. The statement by German Foreign Minister, Sigmar Gabriel, on a “Berlin Process reloaded” is only the latest example of the willingness of the EU and member states to continue extending a helping hand to those committed to the EU project – Leo D’Aes
The building of the future hospice centre in Mali Mokri Lug provided the venue for the BELhospice annual award to be presented to the...
Belgian Ambassador to Serbia, H.E. Leo D’aes, hosted a reception on the premises of the Embassy of Belgium in Belgrade to commemorate the country’s national holiday.
Ambassador of Belgium to Serbia welcomed Serbian students who are studying law, economics and political science
White Book 2016 presented to top officials of the Serbian Government and representatives of the stakeholder community
How to do business on the Belgian market
H.E. Leo D’aes, Ambassador of Belgium to Serbia
Six decades of EU integration have brought enormous benefits to EU citizens. These benefits now often seem be taken so much for granted that the long arduous path to reach it is ignored. Reversing common policies into national ones would prove to be very costly in many respects – says Ambassador Leo D’aes.