Cookie Policy

Last updated on 10/08/2020


We are the Solomon Islands embassy in Belgium, a non-profit institution, with headquarters in Avenue Edouard Lacomblé 17, 1040 Etterbeek, Belgium.

In this Cookie Policy, we explain what information we collect via our website based on cookies and how we use this to improve our services.

By using our website, you accept our use of cookies.


A ‘cookie’ is a small data file that is temporarily stored on your computer or mobile device by an internet page when you visit a website. A cookie allows to identify the device you are using to visit our website, without giving us access to your own personal data.

Cookies can easily be deleted via your browser settings. You can also change your settings so that cookies are always rejected. This may hinder the use of our website or make the access to certain functions impossible.



On the basis of these cookies we can make a general analysis of the use of our website. This way, through anonymous statistics, we can get an insight into the way in which our internet pages are being visited, how often and for how long. We use this information to improve and optimise our website:

  • _ga. This cookie expires after 2 years. This cookie is used to generate on how the visitor uses the website.
  • _gat. This cookie expires after the session.  This is used to throttle the Google Analytics request rate.
  • _gid. This cookie expires after the session. This registeres a unique ID to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the website.
  • collect. This cookie expires after the session. This is part of  (

2.2. OTHER

We don’t use other kinds of cookies.