Belgium were dumped out of the tournament at the group stage with the Real Madrid forward failing to make an impact on the team.
“A page turns today… Thank you for your love,” Hazard said on his social media account on Wednesday. “Thank you for your unparalleled support. Thank you for all this happiness shared since 2008.
“I have decided to put an end to my international career. The succession is ready. I will miss you….#onestensemble.”
Hazard’s announcement comes after Roberto Martinez confirmed he would leave his role as Belgium head coach after their tournament exit.
Following the news, Belgium’s official Twitter account said: “All the best, captain. #MerciEden.”
The 31-year-old captained his nation in Qatar and has been a key figure for Belgium in recent years.
The forward was one of their standout performers at the 2018 World Cup where he helped Belgium secure a third-placed finish — the nation’s best performance at the finals.
Hazard made his international debut in 2008 and scored 33 times in 126 appearances for Belgium.
Information from Reuters was included in this report.