Saudi Arabia has agreed to hand over control of Brussels' Great Mosque to a Belgian authority - i...
Belgium and the European Union remain without an American ambassador, a whole year after US...
Belgium’s labour minister has applied a protocol to rope in help from other departments and insti...
The popular Musée D’Ixelles will close on 4 February for a four-year renovation project.
Brussels-Capital Region signs partnership with Seoul
The Brussels-Capital Region and Seoul have signed a friendship and cooperation agreement in the South Korean capital. Belgium's Princess Astrid, who is leading the economic mission, was crowned as honorary citizen of Seoul.
State secretary of the Brussels-Capital Region, Cécile Jodogne and mayor of Seoul, Park Won-soon, today signed the friendship agreement which is expected to lead to numerous exchanges between the metropolitan areas, including economic investment, job creation, technological development, social innovation, e-government and urban development.
Initially, it was former Brussels mayor Yvan Mayeur who was to sign the agreement, but his resignation last week following a corruption scandal meant that Jodogne took part in the mission to Seoul.
With the agreement, the Brussels-Capital Region wants to strengthen its profile as the gateway to Europe.