Netherlands–Russia relations

Netherlands–Russia relations
Netherlands–Russia relations
Map indicating locations of Netherlands and Russia



Netherlands-Russia relations is the relationships between the two countries, the Netherlands and Russia. Russia has an embassy in The Hague, and the Netherlands have an embassy in Moscow, a consulate in Saint Petersburg, and an honorary consulate in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.



During the time of Peter the Great

Peter the Great studied in Holland.

During the Cold War

During the Cold War, all the Dutch consecutive governments perceived the Warsaw pact including the Soviet Union and Russia as a threat to its safety.

Russian Federation

On October 2011 Medvedev met in the Kremlin the Prime Minister of Nehterlands Mark Rutte to discuss bilateral ties.[1]

See also

Notable Russians in the Netherlands

Notable Dutch in Russia


  1. ^ Reuters, October 20, 2011

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