Russian Embassy staff house robbed in the Hague - media
A building in the Hague housing Russian Embassy staff has been robbed, the NL Times newspaper reported.
The building is located near the Russian Embassy, but it does not carry any diplomatic status, the police said.
Eyewitnesses have said they saw five or so police cars near the building. Investigative measures took nearly two hours.
The police, however, have so far declined to comment on what became the third incident involving Russian and Dutch diplomats in the two countries over the past few weeks.
In early October, Dutch police officers burst into the apartment of Russian Embassy in the Hague Minister Counselor Dmitry Borodin, beat him up and held him at a police station for several hours.
Earlier this week, the minister counselor of the Dutch Embassy in Russia was assaulted at his own apartment in Moscow.