Font size:

European Union

The diplomatic relations between Belarus and the EU were established in August 1992.

In March 1995, a Partnership and Cooperation Agreement was signed between Belarus and the EU in Brussels. The ratification of the Agreement was unilaterally suspended by the EU.

In 2008, The European Commission opened its diplomatic mission in Minsk (as of December 2009 – the Delegation of the European Union). In 2009, Belarus joined the EU Eastern Partnership Initiative. 

In January, 2020 Belarus and the EU signed the Visa Facilitation and Readmission agreements.

In October 2020, the European Union put forward political demands with regard to Belarus. Subsequently, the EU adopted a number of sanctions against individuals, entities and sectors of economy of Belarus. 

In response to the unfriendly actions of the European Union, Belarus adopted measures of political, diplomatic and economic nature.

Belarusian Diplomatic Missions abroad

All Missions Foreign Diplomatic Missions in Belarus
Go to



Official Internet Resources