Belgium and the IAEA

Belgium is a strong advocate, in all international organisations, of an inclusive and rules-based multilateral system.  The IAEA is no exception : Belgium supports the work of the Agency, contributes to its regular budget and actively participates in the implementation of its work programme.  Belgium regularly sits on the Board of Governors.

During her intervention at this event, Caroline Mouchart will provide the participants with more information on the daily work of the Permanent Mission of Belgium in Vienna and its interactions with the IAEA.  She will highlight how the Permanent Mission also acts as a bridge between the nuclear sector at the Belgian national level and the IAEA at the international level. 

 

Registration

Will be closed on Thursday the 26th of January, 12 AM

Hourly Schedule

EVL

18:30 - 18:35
Introduction by the chair
18:35 - 19:25
Evening Lecture
Speakers:
Caroline Mouchart
19:25 - 19:45
Q&A
19:45 - 21:00
Drink
Caroline Mouchart
Caroline Mouchart
Deputy Head of Mission at the Embassy of Belgium & Permanent Mission to the International organisations in Vienna
Caroline Mouchart is a Belgian diplomat and currently Deputy Head of Mission at the Embassy of Belgium & Permanent Mission to the International organisations in Vienna. She has in her portfolio the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). In that capacity, she represents and promotes Belgian interests at the IAEA. She was previously stationed in Kinshasa, Jerusalem, Yaounde and Moscow and also held various positions at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Brussels.

Date

Jan 26, 2023
Expired!

Time

6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Location

University Fundation
Rue d’Egmont 11, 1000 Brussels
Category

Speaker

  • Caroline Mouchart
    Caroline Mouchart
    Deputy Head of Mission at the Embassy of Belgium & Permanent Mission to the International organisations in Vienna

    Caroline Mouchart is a Belgian diplomat and currently Deputy Head of Mission at the Embassy of Belgium & Permanent Mission to the International organisations in Vienna. She has in her portfolio the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). In that capacity, she represents and promotes Belgian interests at the IAEA. She was previously stationed in Kinshasa, Jerusalem, Yaounde and Moscow and also held various positions at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Brussels.