New Zealand Embassy The Hague, The Netherlands

What the Embassy does

The New Zealand Embassy in The Hague is responsible for New Zealand's relationship with the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, Norway and the Holy See. New Zealand has Honorary Consulates in Denmark, Finland and Norway.

The Embassy also has responsibility for relations with the many international courts and other organisations based in The Hague, including the International Court of Justice, International Criminal Court, Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.

Of interest

United Nations Handbook 2014-15

United Nations Handbook
2014-15

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Prime Minister's media release | www.beehive.govt.nz

New Zealand wins Security Council seat

New Zealand has secured a place on the UN Security Council for 2015-16. Read the Prime Minister's media release

Registering your overseas travel made easier

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The Christchurch Earthquake Appeal

News about how the donations are contributing to the rebuild, ways to donate and more.