Permanent Representation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Geneva Switzerland

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All the events during #EU2016NL

The Kingdom of the Netherlands holds the EU Presidency from 1 January to 30 June 2016. In order not to let this occasion pass unnoticed, the Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the United Nations and other International Organisations in Geneva is organising several events in Geneva during this period.

Permanent Representation of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Geneva

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Permanent Representation in Geneva

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The Permanent Representation represents the interests and ideals of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in a range of International Organisations in Geneva, dealing with human rights, arms control, trade and economics, health and humanitarian issues.

April 22, 2016 On April 14th the Genevois got to enjoy a perfect spring day in Parc des Bastions. The park was buzzing with people enjoying festive activities, learning about cycling from many different perspectives and enjoying good food and sunshine. Children had the chance to test their cycling skills on an agility parkour, together with their family they tried out many funky bikes in front of the Reformation wall and the Slowbiking crew was busy encouraging one slow cyclist after the other. Champion of the day was Florian Zurbrugg with an incredible time of 6:23 minutes.

April 4, 2016 On Thursday 31 March artist and architect Daan Roosegaarde visited Geneva. A city most people associate with its beautiful lake amidst the Jura and Alp mountains and which is famous for its large number of ancient chocolatiers. But Geneva is also capital to the United Nations. The world's biggest 'multinational' dealing with global issues, not with an eye for profit, but with the sole purpose to sustain our planet and care for the wellbeing and welfare of its people. Geneve is therefore also the place where problem holders and problem solvers meet to discuss and deal with global issues that impact our daily live.