Netherlands Embassy in Kiev Ukraine

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The Embassy


Here are listed the different departments in the Embassy and the persons working there. This is for example where you will find information about Governance and Human Rights, Press and Culture, and information from the Agricultural Department. Trade and economic information, however, is available on the page “Doing business” (see top).

Doing Business

Trade information

Here you will find practical information, tips, and links about doing business in Ukraine or the Netherlands.


European Union

On 21 March 2014 the European Union and Ukraine signed the political part of the Association Agreement as part of a joint effort to strengthen their ties and bonds. The agreement was ratified by the European Parliament and Ukraine on 16 September 2014, and is still to be ratified by 20 EU member states.


Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kiev

Kontraktova Ploshcha 7
04070 Kiev

+38 044 4908 200

available 24 hours / 7 days


UNSC Candidate

UNSC Candidate

United Nations Security Council Candidate

How to request a visa

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September 15, 2015 On the third Tuesday in September (Prince's Day), the Minister of Finance presented the National Budget and the Budget Memorandum to the House of Representatives.

September 15, 2015 According to Minister of Foreign Affairs Bert Koenders, ‘There are no quick fixes for today’s challenges: we will have to work long and hard, at international level, to find permanent solutions to the sources of conflict around us.’ The Minister made these remarks in his 2016 policy agenda, adding, ‘This will require dynamic and flexible diplomacy, choices and innovative use of resources, as well as collaboration in old and new coalitions. International diplomacy is working at full capacity, which puts a lot of strain on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but it is vital for our security and prosperity.’