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Kenya flower’s day out in Belgium

The Embassy of Kenya in Bruzzels is organizing a Kenya Flower Day scheduled for December 5-9, 2011.

They have secured a stand together with the associated costs. So far, seven buyers have committed to meet the Kenyan delegation that will participate in this promotional event. Officials from the European Union will also be available to discuss import costs and trade issues affecting the sector.

Kindly confirm your participation to,

Belgium Visa Requirements

All Belgium visa applications must be submitted by appointment only as from 18 September 2011. Appointments can be made by calling 0719779877 (Mon to Fri) between 14.00 and 16.00, stating your surname, first name, date of birth, nationality and date of departure.

Appointments must be made at least 15 days before departure.

Note: This number is for appointments only. No information will be given about visa.

As from the same date the visa fees must be paid to their bank account prior to application. Cash will no longer be accepted. The proof of payment must be added to application file.

Bank details:

Name: Embassy of Belgium – Visa

Account number: 6592350041

Visa short stay (tourism, business): KES 7.800

Visa long stay (resident/student): KES 23.400

CBA (Commercial Bank of Africa)




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