Embassy of Switzerland in Belgium

Important information COVID-19

Entry into Switzerland from Monday 20 December 2021: All persons entering Switzerland from Belgium, including vaccinated or cured persons, must present a negative test (rapid antigenic test of 24 hours maximum or PCR of 72 hours maximum). Persons who are not vaccinated or cured will have to undergo a second test, PCR or antigenic, between the fourth and seventh day after their arrival.  Anyone entering Switzerland, even if they have been cured or vaccinated, must also present the completed entry form


Plane: The Swiss PLF form must be completed in any case.

  • If you do not leave the airport, no test is required. However, it is advisable to consult the airline as they may still require a test for boarding.
  • If you are leaving the airport to use another mean of transport to leave Switzerland directly, a negative test must be presented on arrival in Switzerland.

Car/bus/train: Provided there is NO stopover, no test needs to be presented (unless required by the transport company) and the Swiss PLF form does not need to be completed.

Keep yourself informed about the situation in Switzerland as it can change constantly. It is therefore important to regularly consult the website of the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH).

Federal Office of Public Health - Travelcheck


Important information regarding the measures taken in Belgium to contain COVID-19

Detailed and updated information on the measures taken in Belgium is available via the following links:


Switzerland-EU Institutional Agreement

No signing of Swiss–EU institutional agreement

At its meeting on 26 May 2021, the Federal Council undertook an overall evaluation of the outcome of the negotiations on the institutional framework agreement (InstA).

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The European Union is Switzerland’s most important partner by far and effective cooperation is therefore vitally important. This video presents facts and figures about the close economic and human relations between Switzerland and the European Union. #SwissEUrelations #MoreThanNeighbors

As the official representation of Switzerland, the Embassy covers all matters concerning diplomatic relations between the two countries. It represents Swiss interests in the areas of political, economic, financial and legal affairs, as well as science, education and culture.

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Swiss diplomacy and engagement in the fields of education, culture and the economy


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Information on requirements to enter Switzerland and to take residence, procedure to submit an entry visa application, visa application form and fees

Academic internships

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