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NETHERLANDS-NUCLEARSUMMIT/
RTR3IBHL
March 24, 2014
Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs Henk Kamp (C) talks with protesters against the Nuclear Industry Summit,...
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs Kamp talks with protesters against the Nuclear Industry Summit, which...
Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs Henk Kamp (C) talks with protesters against the Nuclear Industry Summit, which is taking place on the sidelines of the Nuclear Security summit (NSS), in Amsterdam March 24, 2014. The Nuclear Security Summit on March 24-25, aimed at preventing nuclear terrorism, will bring together several world leaders. REUTERS/Cris Toala Olivares (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR3A0F8
November 05, 2012
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands poses for a family picture with the new Ministers of the Dutch Cabinet...
The Hague, Netherlands
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands poses for a family picture with the new Ministers of the Dutch Cabinet...
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands poses for a family picture with the new Ministers of the Dutch Cabinet during their presentation at the Royal Palace Huis Ten Bosch in The Hague November 5, 2012. (1st row L to R) Minister of Foreign Affairs Frans Timmermans, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Dutch Queen Beatrix, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Employment Lodewijk Asscher, and Minister of Security and Justice Ivo Opstelten, (2nd row L to R) Minister of Housing and Civil Service Stef Blok, Minister of Health Welfare and Sports Edith Schippers , Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment Melanie Schultz van Haegen, Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations Ronald Plasterk, Minister of Education, Culture and Science Jet Bussemaker, Minister of Agriculture and Innovation Henk Kamp, Defense Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, and Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Lilianne Ploumen. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR3A0F5
November 05, 2012
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands poses for a family picture with the new Ministers of the Dutch Cabinet...
The Hague, Netherlands
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands poses for a family picture with the new Ministers of the Dutch Cabinet...
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands poses for a family picture with the new Ministers of the Dutch Cabinet during their presentation at the Royal Palace Huis Ten Bosch in The Hague November 5, 2012. (1st row L to R) Minister of Foreign Affairs Frans Timmermans, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Dutch Queen Beatrix, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Employment Lodewijk Asscher, and Minister of Security and Justice Ivo Opstelten, (2nd row L to R) Minister of Housing and Civil Service Stef Blok, Minister of Health Welfare and Sports Edith Schippers , Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment Melanie Schultz van Haegen, Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations Ronald Plasterk, Minister of Education, Culture and Science Jet Bussemaker, Minister of Agriculture and Innovation Henk Kamp, Defense Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, and Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Lilianne Ploumen. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS)
NETHERLANDS/
RTR3A0ET
November 05, 2012
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands poses for a family picture with the new Ministers of the Dutch Cabinet...
The Hague, Netherlands
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands poses for a family picture with the new Ministers of the Dutch Cabinet...
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands poses for a family picture with the new Ministers of the Dutch Cabinet during their presentation at the Royal Palace Huis Ten Bosch in The Hague November 5, 2012. (1st row L to R) Minister of Foreign Affairs Frans Timmermans, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Dutch Queen Beatrix, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Social Affairs and Employment Lodewijk Asscher, and Minister of Security and Justice Ivo Opstelten, (2nd row L to R) Minister of Housing and Civil Service Stef Blok, Minister of Health Welfare and Sports Edith Schippers , Minister of Infrastructure and the Environment Melanie Schultz van Haegen, Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations Ronald Plasterk, Minister of Education, Culture and Science Jet Bussemaker, Minister of Agriculture and Innovation Henk Kamp, Defense Minister Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, and Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Lilianne Ploumen. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS)
DUTCH-POLITICS/
RTR39QRL
October 29, 2012
Political negotiators, Henk Kamp (L) of the Liberal Party and Wouter Bos (R) of the Labour Party, talk...
The Hague, Netherlands
Political negotiators, Henk Kamp of the Liberal Party and Wouter Bos of the Labour Party, talk during...
Political negotiators, Henk Kamp (L) of the Liberal Party and Wouter Bos (R) of the Labour Party, talk during a news conference by Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (rear R) of the Liberal Party and Diederik Samsom (rear L) of the Labour Party at The Hague October 29, 2012. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte's Liberal Party and the Labour Party said they had reached a coalition deal on Monday, paving the way for a pro-austerity, pro-European government to be sworn in as early as next week. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS)
DUTCH-GOVERNMENT/
RTXTFWR
October 14, 2010
Netherlands' Queen Beatrix poses for a family photo during the presentation of the country's new Cabinet...
The Hague, Netherlands
Netherlands' Queen Beatrix poses for a family photo during the presentation of the country's new Cabinet...
Netherlands' Queen Beatrix poses for a family photo during the presentation of the country's new Cabinet on the stairs of Palace Huis Ten Bosch in The Hague October 14, 2010. (back row) Minister of Health Edith Schippers, Minister of infrastructure and Environment Melanie Schultz van Haegen, Minister of Finance Jan Kees de Jager, Interior Minister Jan Piet Hein Donner, Minister of Education Marja van Bijsterveldt, Defense Minister Hans Hillen, Minister of Social Affairs Henk Kamp, Immigration Minister Gerd Leers, (front row ) Minister of Foreign Affairs Uri Rosenthal, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Queen Beatrix, Vice Prime Minister Maxim Verhagen, Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS)
NETHERLANDS/
RTXTFN1
October 14, 2010
Netherlands' Queen Beatrix poses for a family photo during the presentation of the country's new Cabinet...
The Hague, Netherlands
Netherlands' Queen Beatrix poses for a family photo during the presentation of the country's new Cabinet...
Netherlands' Queen Beatrix poses for a family photo during the presentation of the country's new Cabinet in The Hague October 14, 2010. From L to R on top row: Minister of Health Edith Schippers, Minister of infrastructure and Environment Melanie Schultz van Haegen, Minister of Finance Jan Kees de Jager, Interior Minister Jan Piet Hein Donner, Minister of Education Marja van Bijsterveldt, Defense Minister Hans Hillen, Minister of Social Affairs Henk Kamp, Immigration Minister Gerd Leers. Bottom row: Minister of Foreign Affairs Uri Rosenthal, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Queen Beatrix, Vice Prime Minister Maxim Verhagen, Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS)
NETHERLANDS/
RTXTFMZ
October 14, 2010
Netherlands' Queen Beatrix poses for a family photo during the presentation of the country's new Cabinet...
The Hague, Netherlands
Netherlands' Queen Beatrix poses for a family photo during the presentation of the country's new Cabinet...
Netherlands' Queen Beatrix poses for a family photo during the presentation of the country's new Cabinet in The Hague October 14, 2010. From L to R on top row: Minister of Health Edith Schippers, Minister of infrastructure and Environment Melanie Schultz van Haegen, Minister of Finance Jan Kees de Jager, Interior Minister Jan Piet Hein Donner, Minister of Education Marja van Bijsterveldt, Defense Minister Hans Hillen, Minister of Social Affairs Henk Kamp, Immigration Minister Gerd Leers. Bottom row: Minister of Foreign Affairs Uri Rosenthal, Prime Minister Mark Rutte, Queen Beatrix, Vice Prime Minister Maxim Verhagen, Justice Minister Ivo Opstelten. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen (NETHERLANDS - Tags: POLITICS ROYALS)
BRITAIN
RTXNV7H
October 13, 2005
-GROUP PHOTO- Delegates pose for a photo session during an EU defence ministerial conference at RAF Lyneham,...
Lyneham, UK
-GROUP PHOTO- Delegates pose for a photo session during an EU defence ministerial conference at RAF .....
-GROUP PHOTO- Delegates pose for a photo session during an EU defence ministerial conference at RAF Lyneham, Wiltshire October 13, 2005. Standing are (back L-R) Chairman of EU Military Committee General Rolando Mosca Moschini, Bulgarian Defence Minister Veselin Bliznakov, Danish Defence Minister Soren Gade, Latvian Secretary of State Edgars Rinkevics, Irish Minister of State Tom Kitt, Cyprus Minister of Defence Kyriakos Mavronikolas, Luxembourg Minister of Defence Luc Frieden, Netherlands Minister of Defence Henk Kamp, Secretary of State for Slovakia Martin Fedor, Maltese Parliamentary Secretary Tony Abela, Estonian Political and Security Committee (PSC) Ambassador Tonis Idarand, European Commissioner Lars-Erik Lundin and Director General of the European Union Military Staff Jean-Paul Perruche. Middle Row (L-R) Czech Defense Minister Karel Kuhnl, Spanish Ambassador Alfonso Lucini, Lithuanian Under Secretary of State for International Relations and Defence Policy Renatus Norkus, Belgian PSC Ambassador Dirk Wouters, Hungarian Minister of Defence Ferenc Juhasz, Polish Minister of Defence Jerzy Szmajdzinski, Italian PSC Ambassador Maurizio Melani, German Secretary of State Peter Eickenboom, Romanian Defence Minister Teodor Atanasiu and Portuguese PSC Ambassador Joao Mira Gomes. Front Row (L-R) NATO Deputy Secretary General Alessandro Minuto Rizzo, Slovenian Minister of Defence Karl Erjavec, French Defence Minister Michele Alliot-Marie, Austrian PSC Ambassador Franz Josef Kuglitsch, British Defence Secretary John Reid, EU Secretary General Javier Solana, Minister of Defence for Finland Seppo Kaariainen, Swedish Minister of Defence Leni Bjorklund and Greek Minister of National Defence Spilios Spiliotopoulos.
BRITAIN
RTR19DRR
October 13, 2005
Delegates pose for a photo session during an EU defence ministerial conference at RAF Lyneham, Wiltshire...
Lyneham, United Kingdom
Delegates pose for a photo session during an EU defence ministerial conference at RAF Lyneham in southern...
Delegates pose for a photo session during an EU defence ministerial conference at RAF Lyneham, Wiltshire October 13, 2005. Standing are (back L-R) Chairman of EU Military Committee General Rolando Mosca Moschini, Bulgarian Defence Minister Veselin Bliznakov, Danish Defence Minister Soren Gade, Latvian Secretary of State Edgars Rinkevics, Irish Minister of State Tom Kitt, Cyprus Minister of Defence Kyriakos Mavronikolas, Luxembourg Minister of Defence Luc Frieden, Netherlands Minister of Defence Henk Kamp, Secretary of State for Slovakia Martin Fedor, Maltese Parliamentary Secretary Tony Abela, Estonian Political and Security Committee (PSC) Ambassador Tonis Idarand, European Commissioner Lars-Erik Lundin and Director General of the European Union Military Staff Jean-Paul Perruche.
IRAQ JAPAN NETHERLANDS
RTRH0IJ
November 30, 2004
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp listens to a question from a journalist during a news conference at...
Tokyo, Japan
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kemp listens to question during news conference in Tokyo.
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp listens to a question from a journalist during a news conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan in Tokyo November 30, 2004. Japanese troops in Iraq are capable of defending themselves and do not need other forces to protect them after Dutch soldiers withdraw from the area in next March, Kamp said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM
IRAQ JAPAN NETHERLANDS
RTRH0HW
November 30, 2004
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp listens to a question from a journalist during a news conference at...
Tokyo, Japan
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kemp listens to question in Tokyo.
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp listens to a question from a journalist during a news conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan in Tokyo November 30, 2004. Japanese troops in Iraq are capable of defending themselves and do not need other forces to protect them after Dutch soldiers withdraw from the area in next March, Kamp said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/FA
IRAQ JAPAN NETHERLANDS
RTRH0HM
November 30, 2004
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp speaks during a news conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club of...
Japan
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kemp speaks in Tokyo.
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp speaks during a news conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan in Tokyo November 30, 2004. Japanese troops in Iraq are capable of defending themselves and do not need other forces to protect them after Dutch soldiers withdraw from the area in next March, Kamp said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/FA
IRAQ JAPAN NETHERLANDS
RTRH0H5
November 30, 2004
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp attends a news conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan...
Japan
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kemp attends a news conference in Tokyo.
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp attends a news conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan in Tokyo November 30, 2004. Japanese troops in Iraq are capable of defending themselves and do not need other forces to protect them after Dutch soldiers withdraw from the area in next March, Kamp said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/FA
EUROPE DEFENCE
RTRGD9Q
November 22, 2004
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp (L) talks with European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana (R)...
Brussels, Belgium
Dutch Defence Minister Kamp talks with EU foreign policy chief Solana in Brussels.
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp (L) talks with European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana (R) at the start of a EU defence ministers meeting in Brussels November 22, 2004. REUTERS/Thierry Roge THR/JV
AFGHANISTAN
RTRFA4G
November 09, 2004
Minister of Defence Henk Kamp of the Netherlands (L) meets with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Kabul...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Minister of Defence of the Netherlands meets with Afghan President in Kabul.
Minister of Defence Henk Kamp of the Netherlands (L) meets with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Kabul November 9, 2004. Kamp is in Afghanistan on a four-day visit. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood AM/TW
ALBANIA DUTCH
RTR3WLR
June 08, 2004
Albanian Defence Minister Pandeli Majko (L) and his Dutch counterpart Henk Kamp review the Albanian army...
Tirana, Albania
ALBANIAN DEFENCE MINISTER MAJKO AND HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART KAMP IN TIRANA.
Albanian Defence Minister Pandeli Majko (L) and his Dutch counterpart Henk Kamp review the Albanian army guards of honour during the official welcoming ceremony in Tirana, June 8, 2004. Minister Kamp is in Albania on a one-day official visit. REUTERS/Arben Celi ARC/ACM
ALBANIA DUTCH
RTR3VZL
June 08, 2004
Albanian Defence Minister Pandeli Majko (L) and his Dutch counterpart Henk Kamp review the Albanian army...
Tirana, Albania
ALBANIAN DEFENCE MINISTER MAJKO AND HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART KAMP IN TIRANA.
Albanian Defence Minister Pandeli Majko (L) and his Dutch counterpart Henk Kamp review the Albanian army guard of honour during the official welcoming ceremony in Tirana, June 8, 2004. Minister Kamp is in Albania on a one-day official visit. REUTERS/Arben Celi ARC/JV
IRAQ USA
RTRFFY6
March 17, 2004
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld waits for the arrival of Netherlands' Minister of Defense Henk...
US DEFENSE SECRETARY DONALD RUMSFELD AT THE PENTAGON.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld waits for the arrival of Netherlands' Minister of Defense Henk Kamp at the Pentagon, March 17, 2004. A suspected car bomb blast ripped through a Baghdad hotel and neighboring houses in the heart of the Iraqi capital Wednesday, killing at least 25 people and wounding about 45. This week marks the first anniversary of the U.S.-led war in Iraq. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
USA NETHERLANDS
RTRFFXF
March 17, 2004
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld (R) hosts an honor cordon to welcome Netherlands' Minister...
Netherlands
US DEFENSE SECRETARY DONALD RUMSFELD HOSTS AN HONOR CORDON FOR NETHERLANDS.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld (R) hosts an honor cordon to welcome Netherlands' Minister of Defense Henk Kamp (L) at the Pentagon, March 17, 2004. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang HK
IRAQ DUTCH
RTRDLW6
February 25, 2004
The Governor of Samawa Muhammad Ali Hassan (L) welcomes the Dutch Defence Minister, Henk Kamp (R) and...
Samawa, Iraq - Republic of
THE GOVERNOR OF SAMAWA MUHAMMAD ALI HASSAN WELCOMES DUTCH MINISTERS.
The Governor of Samawa Muhammad Ali Hassan (L) welcomes the Dutch Defence Minister, Henk Kamp (R) and Foreign Minister Ben Bot (C) as they arrive at his residence February 25, 2004. Both ministers come to Iraq for a one day visit Wednesday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews REUTERS PA/THI
IRAQ DUTCH
RTRDLNM
February 25, 2004
Dutch Defence Minister (C) Henk Kamp is helped with a bullet proof vest as he leaves the Samawa governor's...
Samawa, Iraq - Republic of
DEFENCE MINISTER KAMP IS HELPED WITH BULLET PROOF VEST IN SAMAWA.
Dutch Defence Minister (C) Henk Kamp is helped with a bullet proof vest as he leaves the Samawa governor's residence in southern Iraq February 25, 2004. Kamp and the Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ben Bot, are in Iraq for a one day visit Wednesday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews PA/GB
IRAQ DUTCH
RTRDLNF
February 25, 2004
Dutch Defence Minister (C) Henk Kamp is escorted by military bodyguards as he arrives at the Samawa Governor's...
Samawa, Iraq - Republic of
DEFENCE MINISTER KAMP IS ESCORTED BY MILITARY BODYGUARDS AS HE ARRIVES AT SAMAWA GOVERNOR'S RESIDENCE....
Dutch Defence Minister (C) Henk Kamp is escorted by military bodyguards as he arrives at the Samawa Governor's residence in southern Iraq February 25, 2004. Kamp and the Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ben Bot, are in Iraq for a one day visit Wednesday. REUTERS/Peter Andrews PA/GB
IRAQ DUTCH
RTRDLMS
February 25, 2004
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp (L) and Foreign Minister Ben Bot (C), escorted by military bodyguards,...
Samawa, Iraq - Republic of
DUTCH DEFENCE AND FOREIGN MINISTERS ARRIVE AT SAMAWA GOVERNORS RESIDENCE.
Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp (L) and Foreign Minister Ben Bot (C), escorted by military bodyguards, arrive at the Samawa Governor's residence in southern Iraq February 25, 2004. REUTERS/Peter Andrews PA/GB
ROTTERDAM
RTRA7XQ
January 14, 2004
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA AND HIS DUTCH COLLEAGUE KAMP STAND TO ATTENTION AT THE VAN GHENT BARRACKS...
Rotterdam, Netherlands - Kingdom of
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA AND HIS DUTCH COLLEAGUE KAMP STAND TO ATTENTION AT THE VAN ...
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA AND HIS DUTCH COLLEAGUE KAMP STAND TO ATTENTION AT THE VAN GHENT BARRACKS IN ROTTERDAM. Japan's Defence Minister Shigeru Ishiba (L) and his Dutch colleague Henk Kamp stand to attention during the official welcome with military honours upon arrival at the van Ghent barracks of the Royal Dutch Marines in Rotterdam January 14,2004. Mr Ishiba is in the Netherlands to meet with his Dutch counterpart about a possible cooperation of troops in southern Iraq. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
HOLLAND
RTRA6NC
January 14, 2004
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA AND LIEUTENANT-GENERAL TOKUDA LISTENS TO HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART HENK KAMP...
The Hague, Netherlands - Kingdom of
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA AND LIEUTENANT-GENERAL TOKUDA LISTENS TO HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART ...
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA AND LIEUTENANT-GENERAL TOKUDA LISTENS TO HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART HENK KAMP IN THE HAGUE. Japan's Defence Minister Shigeru Ishiba (R) accompanied by Lieutenant-General Tokuda listens to his Dutch counterpart Henk Kamp (not visible) at the minisry of Defence in the Hague January 14,2004. Mr Ishiba is in the Netherlands to have a meeting with his Dutch colleague about a possible cooperation of troops in southern Iraq. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
THE HAGUE
RTRA6LI
January 14, 2004
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA HOLDS INFORMAL TALKS WITH HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART HENK KAMP IN THE HAGUE....
The Hague, Netherlands - Kingdom of
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA HOLDS INFORMAL TALKS WITH HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART HENK KAMP IN ...
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA HOLDS INFORMAL TALKS WITH HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART HENK KAMP IN THE HAGUE. Japan's Defence Minister Shigeru Ishiba (C) accompanied by an unidentified translator holds informal talks with his Dutch counterpart Henk Kamp (R) upon arrival in the Hague January 14, 2004. Ishiba is in the Netherlands to meet with his Dutch colleague about a possible cooperation between troops stationed in southern Iraq. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
HOLLAND
RTRA6JS
January 14, 2004
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA REACHES OUT TO SHAKE THE HAND OF HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART KAMP UPON ARRIVAL...
The Hague, Netherlands - Kingdom of
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA REACHES OUT TO SHAKE THE HAND OF HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART KAMP ...
JAPAN'S DEFENCE MINISTER ISHIBA REACHES OUT TO SHAKE THE HAND OF HIS DUTCH COUNTERPART KAMP UPON ARRIVAL IN THE HAGUE. Japan's Defence Minister Shigeru Ishiba (R) reaches out to shake the hand of his Dutch counterpart Henk Kamp (L) upon arrival in the Hague January 14,2004. Mr Ishiba is in the Netherlands to have a meeting with his Dutch colleague about a possible cooperation of troops in southern Iraq. REUTERS/Michael Kooren
NATO DEFENCE
RTR4LFU
October 09, 2003
NATO Secretary General George Robertson (R) talks with the Minister of
Defense for The Netherlands Henk...
Colorado Springs
NATO SECRETARY GENERAL GEORGE ROBERTSON TALKS WITH DEFENSE MINISTER
HENK KAMO OF THE NETHERLANDS.
NATO Secretary General George Robertson (R) talks with the Minister of
Defense for The Netherlands Henk Kamp, during a bilateral meeting at
the informal meeting of NATO Defense Ministers in Colorado Springs,
Colorado October 9, 2003. The ministers are meeting for two days to
discuss the tranformation of NATO to meet post September 11 security
threats. REUTERS/Handout/NATO

JPSII
ROYALS
RTXLZH4
May 27, 2003
Dutch Queen Beatrix poses with the new government for the traditional photograph on the steps of the...
The Hague, Netherlands
Dutch Queen Beatrix poses with the new government for the traditional photograph on the steps of the.....
Dutch Queen Beatrix poses with the new government for the traditional photograph on the steps of the Palace Huis ten Bosch in The Hague, May 27, 2003. In the first row are; Maria van der Hoeven (L), vice-premier Thom de Graaf (2L), premier Jan Peter Balkenende (3L), Queen Beatrix (4L), vice-premier Gerrit Zalm (3R), Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (2R), and Piet Hein Donner (R). Second row; Henk Kamp (L), Agnes van Ardenne (2L), Karla Peijs (3L), Johan Remkes (3R), Sybilla Dekker (2R), and Rita Verdonk (R). Back row; Aart Jan de Geus (L), Cees Veerman (2L), Laurens Jan Brinkhorst (2R) and Hans Hoogervorst (R). . REUTERS/Paul Vreeker
DUTCH POLITICS
RTROD6N
May 27, 2003
Dutch Queen Beatrix poses with the new government for the traditional
photograph on the steps of the...
The Hague, Netherlands - Kingdom of
NEW DUTCH GOVERNMENT POSES FOR PHOTOGRAPHS WITH QUEEN BEATRIX IN THE
THE HAGUE.
Dutch Queen Beatrix poses with the new government for the traditional
photograph on the steps of the Palace Huis ten Bosch in The Hague, May
27, 2003. In the first row are; Maria van der Hoeven (L), vice-premier
Thom de Graaf (2L), premier Jan Peter Balkenende (3L), Queen Beatrix
(4L), vice-premier Gerrit Zalm (3R), Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (2R), and
Piet Hein Donner (R). Second row; Henk Kamp (L), Agnes van Ardenne
(2L), Karla Peijs (3L), Johan Remkes (3R), Sybilla Dekker (2R), and
Rita Verdonk (R). Back row; Aart Jan de Geus (L), Cees Veerman (2L),
Laurens Jan Brinkhorst (2R) and Hans Hoogervorst (R).. REUTERS/Paul
Vreeker

PVR/JV
DUTCH POLITICS
RTROD5P
May 27, 2003
Queen Beatrix walks down the steps with the ministers of the new Dutch
government to pose for the traditional...
The Hague, Netherlands - Kingdom of
NEW DUTCH GOVERNMENT POSE FOR PHOTOGRAPHS WITH QUEEN BEATRIX IN THE
HAGUE.
Queen Beatrix walks down the steps with the ministers of the new Dutch
government to pose for the traditional photo in The Hague, May 27,
2003. In the first two rows are: vice-premier, Thom de Graaf (L),
prime-minister Jan Peter Balkenende (2L), Karla Peijs (3L), Queen
Beatrix (4L), Jaap de Hoop Scheffer (2R), and vice-premier Gerrit Zalm
(R). In the rear are; Sybilla Dekker (L), Henk Kamp (2L), Johan Remkes
(2R), and Hans Hoogervorst (R).

REUTERS/Paul Vreeker
AFGHAN
RTRI0WD
February 10, 2003
German Defence Minister Peter Struck (L) talks to Dutch Defence
Minister Henk Kamp in Kabul February...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
GERMAN DEFENCE MINISTER TALKS TO DUTCH DEFENCE MINISTER IN KABUL.
German Defence Minister Peter Struck (L) talks to Dutch Defence
Minister Henk Kamp in Kabul February 10, 2003. Turkey handed over
command of the 22-nation International Security Assistance Force (ISAF)
to Germany and Netherlands during a ceremony in Kabul today.
REUTERS/Erik de Castro
AFGHAN
RTRI0VZ
February 10, 2003
Afghan Defence Minister Qasim Fahim (L), German Defence Minister Peter
Struck (C) and Dutch Defence...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
AFGHAN, GERMAN AND DUTCH DEFENCE MINISTERS AT HANDOVER CEREMONY IN
KABUL.
Afghan Defence Minister Qasim Fahim (L), German Defence Minister Peter
Struck (C) and Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp listen during a
handing-over ceremony for the International Security Assistance Force
(ISAF) in Kabul February 10, 2003. Turkey, which had led the 22-nation,
4,500 man ISAF, handed over the leadership to Germany and the
Netherlands. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
AFGHAN
RTRI0VR
February 10, 2003
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (L) gestures at German Defence Minister
Peter Struck (R) and Dutch Defence...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
AFGHAN PRESIDENT WITH GERMAN AND DUTCH DEFENSE MINISTERS IN KABUL.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai (L) gestures at German Defence Minister
Peter Struck (R) and Dutch Defence Minister Henk Kamp during a
handing-over ceremony for the International Security Assistance Force
(ISAF) in Kabul February 10, 2003. Turkey, which had led the 22-nation,
4,500 man ISAF, handed over the leadership to Germany and the
Netherlands. REUTERS/Erik de Castro
AFGHAN
RTRI0VM
February 09, 2003
ATTENTION EDITORS - IN THE REUTERS PHOTOS KAB03D, KAB06D AND KAB15D
TRANSMITTED FEBRUARY 10, 2003 FROM...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
CORRECTING NAME OF DUTCH DEFENSE MINISTER IN KABUL.
ATTENTION EDITORS - IN THE REUTERS PHOTOS KAB03D, KAB06D AND KAB15D
TRANSMITTED FEBRUARY 10, 2003 FROM KABUL, AFGHANISTAN, THE NAME OF THE
DUTCH DEFENSE MINISTER IS INCORRECT. THE NAME SHOULD BE HENK KAMP.
CORRECTED VERSIONS WILL FOLLOW. WE REGRET ANY INCONVENIENCE. REUTERS
SINGAPORE.

EDC/RCS
DUTCH GOVERNMENT
RTR80CL
July 22, 2002
Dutch queen Beatrix poses with the ministers of the new government of
The Netherlands on the steps of...
The Hague, Netherlands
NEW GOVERNMENT THE NETHERLANDS.
Dutch queen Beatrix poses with the ministers of the new government of
The Netherlands on the steps of her residence Paleis Huis ten Bosch in
The Hague July 22, 2002. (front row L-R) Jaap de Hoop Scheffer, Johan
Remkes, prime-minister Jan Peter Balkenende, Queen Beatrix, Eduard
Bomhof, Maria van der Hoeven and Piet Hein Donner. (Back row L-R) Aart
Jan de Geus, Herman Heinsbroek, Henk Kamp, Hans Hoogervorst, Benk
Korthals, Roelf de Boer, Kees Veerman and Hilbrand Nawijn. REUTERS/Paul
Vreeker

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DUTCH GOVERNEMNT
RTR809H
July 22, 2002
Dutch Queen Beatrix poses on the the steps of her residence Paleis Huis
ten Bosch July 22, 2002 with...
The Hague, Netherlands
DUTCH QUEEN BEATRIX STANDS ON THE STAIRS WITH NEW GOVERNMENT OF THE
NETHERLANDS.
Dutch Queen Beatrix poses on the the steps of her residence Paleis Huis
ten Bosch July 22, 2002 with the ministers of the new government of The
Netherlands. From left to right; front row: Jaap de Hoop Scheffer,
Johan Remkes, Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende, Queen Beatrix, Henk
Kamp, Maria van der Hoeven and Piet Hein Donner. Back row: Aart Jan de
Geus, Herman Heinsbroek, Eduard Bomhoff, Hans Hoogervorst, Benk
Korthals, Roelf de Boer, Kees Veerman and Hilbrand Nawijn.REUTERS/Paul
Vreeker

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