Business at the Dutch embassy and consulates is continuing as normal during the partial shutdown of the US government.
Her Majesty Queen Máxima, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Minister of Foreign Affairs Frans Timmermans will open the renovated Delegates’ Lounge at UN Headquarters in New York on Sept. 25.
(Washington, D.C.) — Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs Frans Timmermans will make his first visit to Washington on Sept. 20.
(Washington, D.C.) — Ambassador Rudolf Bekink will make his first visit to Chicago Sept. 26-27. Illinois and the Netherlands share strong bilateral relations in many areas, including trade and investment, sustainable transportation, architecture and the arts.
The City of Miami Beach, the University of Miami, and the Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands are holding a one-day seminar, “Resilient Miami Beach: A Dialogue with the Dutch,” on Sept. 18.
The Dutch government is taking another important step toward sustainable economic growth. Efforts to bring about robust public finances and a fair distribution of income are an inseparable part of this process.
The Royal Netherlands Embassy in cooperation with the City of Chattanooga Transportation Department, and with generous support from the Benwood Foundation, will host a ThinkBike Workshop, Sept. 23-24.
The Royal Netherlands Embassy and Georgetown Law partnered on Monday to live stream Professor Neal Katyal’s TEDxHagueAcademy talk, “Standing Up for the Rule of Law in an Age of Terror.”
The Dutch Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment Schultz van Haegen today argued for a new international initiative for global water problems.
U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Shaun Donovan and the Kingdom of the Netherlands’ Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment Melanie Schultz van Haegen on Monday, Sept. 9, will open the H209 forum, a two-day conference organized by the Henry Hudson 500 Foundation on water challenges for Coastal Cities – From the Dutch Delta to New York Harbor.