MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Seventy-five of the 150 lawmakers voted against the withdrawal of the deal, while 71 voted in favor of the rejection, according to the Telegraaf daily.
The rejection initiative was proposed by opposition parties, which hold 74 mandates in the Dutch House of Representatives.
Tuesday's parliamentary vote reportedly gave the Netherlands two months to decide on how to proceed following the referendum.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said the Netherlands could reconsider the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement’s ratification following the public vote. The country remains the only EU member that has not yet ratified the deal.