The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in London United Kingdom
Hello, and welcome to the website of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in London! My name is Simon Smits, and I am the Dutch Ambassador to the United Kingdom. I arrived here on 10 September 2015, after working for five years as the Director-General for Foreign Economic Relations in The Hague. Read more...
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands joined Queen Elizabeth II and Prime Minister David Cameron for the Remembrance Sunday ceremony at The Cenotaph, Whitehall yesterday.
For Remembrance Sunday on 8 November, the Dutch Embassy in London has created a map of Great Britain which marks the key historic locations for the Anglo-Dutch relationship during the Second World War. Commemorations take place annually in many of these places. The Embassy aims to be present at as many of these events as possible.
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20 November 2015 The Dutch Minister for Agriculture and the Environment, Sharon Dijksma, visited London on Monday 18 November.
16 November 2015 I am deeply shocked by the attacks in Paris yesterday evening. The Netherlands feels a strong bond with France. We stand alongside the French people in mourning the victims. Together with France, we will continue to steadfastly defend freedom against those who use terror to try and undermine it. We will never give up our values of freedom and solidarity. Our thoughts are with all those who are now grieving the loss of their loved ones, and with all the victims of these cowardly attacks.