Dutch–Indonesian Round Table Conference

Dutch–Indonesian Round Table Conference

Dutch–Indonesian Round Table Conference

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The Round Table Conference was held in the Hague from August 23 - November 2, 1949 between representatives of the Netherlands, the Republic of Indonesia and the BFO (Federal Consultative Assembly) representing various states the Dutch had created in the Indonesian archipelago. Prior to this conference, three other high level meetings between Netherlands and Indonesia took place; the Linggadjati Agreement (1947), the Renville Agreement (1948), and the Roem-van Roijen Agreement (1949). The conference ended with the Netherlands agreeing to transfer sovereignty to the United States of Indonesia.


On 28 January 1949, the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution condemning the recent Dutch military offensive against Republican forces in Indonesia and demanded restoration of Republican government. It also urged the resumption of negotiations to find a peaceful settlement between the two sides

Following the 6 July Roem-van Roijen Agreement, which effectively endorsed the Security Council resolution, Dr. Rum said the Republic of Indonesia, whose leaders were still in exile in Bangka, would participate in the Round Table Conference to speed up handover of sovereignty

Government-in-exile returned to Yogyakarta after 6 months in exile on 6 July 1949. In order to ensure commonality of negotiating position...
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