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World Bank Liaison                               World Bank Liaison
Stephanie Broeder                                 Vincent Kooijman
+1 202 274 2698                                      +1 202 274 2621
stephanie.broeder@minbuza.nl           vincent.kooijman@minbuza.nl
Twitter: @NL4WB                                  Twitter: @NL4WB

This blog is operated by the team International Organizations within the Economic Department at the Royal Netherlands embassy in Washington, DC. The team is responsible for relations with the World Bank Group and the Inter-American Development Bank, both headquartered in Washington.

Being in the Economic Department, the goal of the team is to support and facilitate Dutch organizations and individuals in their work with the international organizations.

For official communication, please visit the website of the embassy. You may contact the team International Organizations directly using the information above or via was-ea@minbuza.nl. To sign up for our quarterly newsletter, please fill out our online form.

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