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.
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Lecture Maurits Berger: Islam in Europe
07-01-2019 | 16:00
Friday January 18 professor of Islam and the West at Leiden University Maurits Berger will trace Europe’s 13 centuries of ...
Workshop pension policy
08-11-2018 | 13:00
The Permanent Representation of the Netherlands, departments of Social affairs & Employment and Financial affairs, kindly invite ...
EU ministers call for higher CO2 emission targets
08-10-2018 | 07:30
In a letter to the editor of the Financial Times the ministers of six EU countries call on their colleagues to follow the ...
RBC conference: SDGs and Initiatives for Sustainable Global Value Chains
19-09-2018 | 14:00
Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation of the Netherlands Sigrid Kaag and First Vice-President of the European ...
In Memoriam: Peter Kok
13-09-2018 | 12:00
It is with great sadness we wish to inform you that our former colleague Peter Kok has unexpectedly passed away last weekend in ...
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 Inclusion ...
Good meetings in Tirana with Minister of Europe & Foreign Affairs @ditmirbushati, PM @ediramaal and President #IllirMeta about bilateral relations & regional developments. Very useful discussions as well with civil society and international organizations. government.nl/ministries/min… pic.twitter.com/K4xeUfnXve
I regret, yet respect the result of the vote in #HouseofCommons on current #Brexit deal. NL & EU are still behind the agreement, but will keep preparing for all scenarios. Despite this setback, it does not mean we are in a no-deal situation. The next step is up to the UK.