The Embassy of Belgium in Berlin
Amb. Geert Muylle
Geert Muylle was born on May 1st 1962, he studied International relations, political science, law. In 2009 he was for one year Ambassador, Permanent representative to NATO to then serve as Director General for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belgium. From 2016 to 2020 he has been ambassador to UN in Geneva. His last occupation was Chair of the Executive Committee of UNHCR before being appointed Ambassador of Belgium in Germany on August 2020.
He speaks Dutch, French, English, German.
Belgium and Germany share a large geographical border. The relationship between the two countries is marked by close political, economic and cultural cooperation between the two. For example, Germany is Belgium's first commercial partner and Belgium is Germany's seventh. Cooperation between the two states has increased steadily since the end of World War II. In 1951, Belgium was one of the first countries to recognize the Federal Republic of Germany and restart diplomatic relations with them.