Netherlands Embassy in Skopje Macedonia

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Long-lasting Partnership

The Netherlands - Macedonia

Take a look at the facts and figures of the long-lasting partnership (1995-2015) between the Netherlands and the Republic of Macedonia. What has the Netherlands contributed to?



Upcoming MATRA PATROL Trainings

Here you can find a list of the available MATRA Patrol Trainings. Three Matra Patrol training programs are open for registration.




The Netherlands will hold the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from 1 January to 30 June 2016. It wants a Union that focuses on the essentials, creates growth and jobs through innovation, and connects with civil society.


Netherlands Embassy in Skopje

Aminta III (Leninova) 69/71,
Skopje 1000

+389 2 310 92 50

24 hours a day, 7 days a week


UNSC Candidate

UNSC Candidate

United Nations Security Council Candidate


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Dutch passport

Applying for a Dutch passport?


Municipal Desk for Travel Documents

Apply for travel docs at Schiphol

On 15 August 2013 the Minister of the Interior, Ronald Plasterk, has opened officially the municipal desk (Haarlemmermeer municipality) at Schiphol. It is now possible for non-residents to apply for travel documents at this facility

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Bij noodsituaties in het buitenland

Travellers with suitcases

May 20, 2016 Director General for European Cooperation Robert de Groot, who carries the title of Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, visited Macedonia to discuss the current political situation. During his visit he met with the Macedonian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikola Poposki, the leaders of the political parties, signatories and representatives of civil society.

May 19, 2016 The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands aligns itself in full with the statements made yesterday by the EU and US. The Netherlands, which currently holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union, calls upon all parties to now take responsible, decisive and inclusive actions that lead Macedonia out of the current crisis. As mentioned in the letters by Minister Koenders to the party leaders earlier this month, key steps to be taken are (1) implementation of reforms that will lead to free, fair and inclusive elections, and (2) allowing the unhindered operation of the Special Prosecutor’s Office, in particular by revoking the pardons of politicians by President Ivanov without further delay.