The Embassy of the Republic of Sierra Leone in Brussels, Belgium was established in 1978 as a Multilateral Station with multiple accreditations to the Benelux countries (i.e., the Kingdom of Belgium, the Kingdom of The Netherlands and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg); France, the Hellenic Republic (Greece), the Holy See (Vatican), and the Republic of France. It also accredited to several International Organizations like the European Union (EU), the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States, the International Criminal Court (ICC), and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW).
The main objectives are:
1) Represent the country to the accredited states,
2) Promote friendly bilateral ties and mutual understanding,
3) Foster mutual understanding between Sierra Leone and the accredited states and international organizations,
4) Promote the national interest of Sierra Leone in a mutually beneficial manner with the accredited states,
5) Promote economic, cultural and trade ties and,
Promote Sierra Leonean nationals in the states of accreditation through Diaspora engagement and development.