The Permanent Representation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the European Union (NL PermRep) promotes the Dutch interests in the European Union (EU). Our team consists of people from practically all ministries and other branches of the Dutch government, united in one building and one organisation in Brussels.
Policy event: Social Inclusion in Dutch culture and education practice
16-07-2018 | 12:00
The Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the EU cordially invites you to a presentation and debate on Social...
Speech by Minister Stef Blok for EU member states ambassadors
16-05-2018 | 15:00
Wednesday May 16, Minister of Foreign Affairs Stef Blok held a speech in The Hague for the ambassadors of EU member states. See...
Policy event: Post-2020 CO2 standards for cars and vans
16-05-2018 | 11:00
The Permanent Representations to the EU of the Netherlands, the French Republic and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg have the...
As long as there is no solution for the brexit costs, the Netherlands has to keep its rebate
02-05-2018 | 11:08
Today the European Commission presents its proposal for the new multi-annual budget. An important moment: it will determine...
26-10-2017 | 00:00
As of 26 October The Netherlands has a new government consisting of VVD, CDA, D66 and the Christian Union. Please click this...
Brussels attacks: Netherlands stands side by side with Belgium
22-03-2016 | 00:00
Following a number of attacks in Brussels on Tuesday morning, Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Minister of Foreign Affairs Bert...
We need to set an ambitious target and ensure that the building blocks for a Capital Markets Union are in place by early 2019. The plans are there, now it is time to put #CMU in reality.
The #CapitalMarketsUnion is an essential part of the EMU package. It will contribute to strengthening the Economic and Monetary Union as extending cross border private risk sharing will make the financial system more robust and less vulnerable to financial crises.
An open and globally competitive capital market in the EU and the reduction of barriers to capital flows will help ensure businesses have access to sources of financing from other countries and through means other than traditional bank based financing.