The Netherlands and New Zealand are joining forces to tackle climate change, agreeing to bilateral collaboration on agriculture and climate change.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutte issued a joint cooperation statement during Rutte's visit this week.
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It's the first time a Dutch PM has visited New Zealand in 22 years. He spoke with Simon Shepherd this morning on Newshub Nation.