Dutch Prime Minister Rutte to visit Israel in December

October 22, 2013 20:17


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Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte will visit Israel in December, Dutch Ambassador to Israel Caspar Veldkamp announced on Tuesday.

Rutte will arrive in Israel on December 7 for the official launch of the "cooperation forum" between Israel and the Netherlands.

Joining Rutte will be his Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans, the Minister of Foreign Trade Liliane Ploumen and Minister of Economic Affairs Henk Kamp.

Additionally, the Dutch delegation will be accompanied by three business delegations: from the water technology sector, from the energy and natural gas sector and one focusing on innovation in agriculture and food.

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