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XVI centuryFirst contacts between representatives of Russia and the Netherlands
1594-1597Three expeditions by Dutchman Willem Barents to the Arctic Ocean
1596Discovery of Novaya Zemlya and Island Medvezhy by Willem Barents
1597The first detailed map of Novaya Zemlya is compiled. Death of Willem Barents
1613The letters of credence of tsar Mikhail Fedorovich are presented by the first Russian Envoys Stepan Ushakov and Semen Zaborovsky to the Prince of Oranje
1615First description of Russia by Johan Danckart
1631The General States take a decision to send a permanent representative of the Netherlands to Russia (implemented in 1678)
1646Tsar Alexei Mikhailovich sends Plenipotentiary Ambassadors Ilya Miloslavsky and Ivan Baibakov to the Netherlands
1676The Dutch Great Embassy arrives to Moscow
1697The Great Russian Embassy with the participation of Peter the Great arrives to the Netherlands
1699A permanent diplomatic Mission of Russia in the Netherlands is established
1700The letters of credence are presented by the first Russian Envoy Andrey Artamonovich Matveyev in The Hague
1716-1717Second trip of Peter the Great to the Netherlands
1795The Batave Republic is proclaimed and the Russian Envoy is recalled from The Hague
1799English and Russian landing operation in Bergen (Noord-Holland)
1801Diplomatic relations are established between the Batave Republic and Russia
1802The Russian Envoy arrives at The Hague
1805The Russian Mission departs from The Hague
1808The Russian Mission returns to The Hague
1810The Netherlands are occupied and annexed by France
1810The Russian diplomatic mission is recalled from the Netherlands
1813Russian troops liberate Central and Northern parts of the Netherlands (Amsterdam, Utrecht, Breda and other cities) from Napoleon's occupation
1814The Russian Mission returns to The Hague
1814Alexander I visits Amsterdam
1815Conventions regulating the payment of Russia's debt to the Netherlands are signed in London
1815The decree on the status of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the annexation of Belgium is signed in Vienna
1815The Final Act of the Vienna Congress is signed
February 1816The Crown Prince Willem of Oranje marries Grand Duchess Anna Paulovna (sister of Alexander I)
1830Revolution in Belgium and its separation from the Kingdom of the Netherlands
1830King Willem I calls upon Russia (as well as Austira, Prussia and England) to provide military assistance against Belgium
1831The Protocol on independence of Belgium is signed
1831The Final Acts on separation of Belgium from the Netherlands are signed in London
1832The Extraordinary Russian Embassy of count A.F.Orlov arrives to the Netherlands
1833A new Russian Envoy to the Hague is appointed
1837A.S.Pushkin killed in a duel by Dantes, stepson of the Dutch Envoy Baron Van Gekkeren
1839The treaty on a new border between the Netherlands and the Kingdom of Belgium is signed in London
1846The treaty on trade and shipping based on most-favoured-nation treatment is signed in St.Petersburg between Russia and the Netherlands
1872The postal Convention is signed between Russia and the Netherlands
1874Alexander II visits the Netherlands
1880Two conventions on extradition of criminals (including political ones) are signed
1881The bilateral Declaration on mutual protection of trademarks is signed
1883The convention on establishing Russian consulates in ports of Dutch colonies is signed
1892Establishing of a chair of the Russian language and philology at the University of Amsterdam
1899The First Hague International Peace Conference (convened at the initiative of Russia, 26 participating states)
1907The Second Hague International Peace Conference (46 participating states, including Russia)
9 November 1918Recall of the Dutch Envoy Oudendijk from Petrograd. Diplomatic relations are severed
May 1940Occupation of the Netherlands by the Nazy Germany. The Royal family moves to London
10 July 1942Diplomatic relations are established between USSR and the Netherlands
1943The Dutch Ambassador Baron Van Breghel Douglas arrives to Moscow. Ambassador A.Bogomolov is accredited to the Government of the Netherlands in exile (in London)
1964The first official visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands J.Luns to the USSR
1972The first official visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the USSR A.A.Gromyko to the Netherlands
1984The first official visit of the Parliamentary delegation of the Netherlands to the USSR
1986The first official visit of the Prime-Minister of the Netherlands R.Lubbers to the USSR
1987The first official visit of the delegation of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR to the Netherlands
1992The Consulate-General of the Netherlands is established in St.Petersburg
1995Visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia A.V.Kozyrev to the Netherlands
May 1996Visit of the delegation of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation to the Netherlands
September 1996Opening in St. Petersburg and Amsterdam of "the Year of tsar Peter" on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of the first trip of Peter the Great to the Netherlands. Prime-Minister W.Kok and Crown Prince Willem Alexander were present at the opening ceremony in St.Petersburg
October 1996Official visit of the Prime-Minister of the Netherlands W.Kok to Moscow
October 1997Official visit of the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation V.S.Chernomyrdin to the Netherlands and his participation in the final celebrations of "the Year of tsar Peter".
May-June 1999The Third International Peace Conference in The Hague and St. Petersburg
March 2000Official visit of the delegation of the Council of Federation of the Federal Assembly of Russia headed by E.S.Stroyev to the Netherlands
March 2000Official visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs J. van Aartsen to Moscow

Source: The Embassy of the Russian Federation

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