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Psychosocial support for Ukrainian refugees: more than trauma counselling alone
The war in Ukraine has prompted the largest refugee flows Europe has seen since the Second World War. Millions of people have ...
Nicaragua breaks diplomatic ties with the Netherlands in exceptional and unusual move
Nicaragua has unilaterally severed diplomatic relations with the Netherlands. The direct cause was the Netherlands’ decision to ...
Pakistan: catastrophic flooding triggers multiple disasters
As a result of extreme rainfall, one-third of Pakistan is under water. The floods are affecting 33 million people. Villages and ...
Launch of tender for design and construction of Netherlands Pavilion for Expo 2025 Osaka
The European tender for the Netherlands Pavilion at Expo 2025 Osaka has officially been launched with its publication on ...
More support to fight HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis
The Netherlands is making extra funding available to fight AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria in developing countries. This was ...
The Netherlands to host international summit on artificial intelligence
At the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Minister of Foreign Affairs Wopke Hoekstra has announced that in February ...
Additional Dutch funds to help salvage oil tanker off the Yemeni coast
The Netherlands will release an additional €7.5 million for salvage operations to secure the FSO Safer, a floating oil storage ...
Extra Dutch support for Ukrainian war effort and reconstruction
The Netherlands will provide additional support to Ukraine for the country’s war effort and reconstruction. The support package ...
An interview with our ambassadors to Afghanistan and Pakistan: one year after the fall of Kabul
Since 15 August 2021 Afghanistan has been in the hands of the Taliban. A year later, two ambassadors who experienced the upheaval ...
Dutch efforts to curb nuclear weapons: the Non-Proliferation Treaty
Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the world has become more unstable and the threat of nuclear weapons has increased. Making ...