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31 Rosenthal appalled by attack on US in Libya

Foreign minister Uri Rosenthal has condemned yesterday’s attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya ‘in the strongest possible terms’. The US ambassador, Christopher Stevens, and three consulate employees were killed in the attack.

32 Rosenthal: Syrian regime faces growing difficulties

The Syrian regime faces growing difficulties, foreign minister Uri Rosenthal said today in Istanbul after a meeting with his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoğlu.

33 Rosenthal visits Syrian refugees

In southern Turkey foreign minister Uri Rosenthal visited Kilis refugee camp, situated on the border with Syria, where he spoke with refugees and the Turkish authorities running the camp. The Minister also met with Syrian activists.

34 Global summit on nuclear security in The Hague

The Nuclear Security Summit being hosted by the Netherlands in March 2014 will be held in the World Forum in The Hague, Minister of Foreign Affairs Uri Rosenthal announced today. Over 50 heads of state and government and representatives of international organisations are expected to attend the event, which will be chaired by the Dutch Prime Minister.

35 Second Freedom Online conference in Kenya

‘An open, uncensored internet is essential not only for the promotion of human rights, but also for innovation and economic growth.’ This was the message of Human Rights Ambassador Lionel Veer at the second Freedom Online conference, held in Nairobi. The conference, which was opened by Mr Veer and the Kenyan Minister for Information and Communication, Samuel Pogisho, follows the Hague Conference on Internet Freedom hosted by Foreign Minister Uri Rosenthal in December 2011.

36 Irish approach to debt crisis bearing fruit

Ben Knapen, the Minister for European Affairs and International Cooperation, had talks in Ireland today about the Irish reform programme and tackling the European debt crisis.

37 OPCW 15th anniversary: successful and relevant in fight to eradicate chemical weapons

Minister of Foreign Affairs Uri Rosenthal praised the achievements of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons on its 15th anniversary: ‘The OPCW has made tremendous progress in recent years and remains as relevant as ever to our efforts to create a world free of chemical weapons.’

38 The Netherlands needs to secure raw materials

‘The global shortage of raw materials is threatening the Dutch economy’, foreign minister Uri Rosenthal said at a conference of the Rabobank and the port of Rotterdam. ‘Businesses should not just identify the problem – they need to take action. The government also has a role to play, because the problem is partly geopolitical in nature.’

39 Knapen in talks with Greek colleagues on reform package

Europe minister Ben Knapen today paid a working visit to Greece, where he met with finance minister Yannis Stournaras, development minister Kostis Hatzidakis, and deputy foreign minister Dimitris Kourkoulas.

40 Rosenthal: Transatlantic ties as relevant as ever

The transatlantic bond is as important as ever to the Netherlands and essential to global stability. This was the key message that foreign minister Uri Rosenthal conveyed in his introductory address at the election debate on 28 August hosted by the Netherlands Atlantic Association, founded 60 years ago this year.