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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 ...
‘My government, my pride’ – Foreign Affairs joins canal parade for equal rights LGBTIQ+
This year, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is joining other ministries and government organisations in hosting the Dutch ...
The war in Ukraine: Dutch support for investigations into war crimes
Since 24 February 2022, we have seen large-scale human rights violations in Ukraine: murders, sexual violence and the destruction ...
Embassy office in Moldova to gain full embassy status
Today, Minister of Foreign Affairs Wopke Hoekstra informed the Dutch cabinet that the embassy office in Chisinau, Moldova will be ...
Ukraine Accountability Conference: a step towards justice
Following the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, there have been shocking reports of gross violations of international ...
Join the Government of the Netherlands at World Water Week!
This year, World Water Week has an online (23 August-1 September) and an on-site element in Stockholm, Sweden (from 28 ...
The War in Ukraine: Dutch support for emergency aid
The Netherlands is helping Ukraine and its people. This includes funding aid organisations that are working to ensure people have ...
What is the International Criminal Court (ICC)?
The International Criminal Court (ICC) is the most important international criminal court that deals with the gravest, unpunished ...
The road to justice: 20 years of the International Criminal Court (Wopke Hoekstra)
Shortly after the invasion of Ukraine, anyone who uses Twitter will undoubtedly have seen a picture of a road sign on their ...