It was clearly evident at the conclusion of peace the Dutch point of view that should the war was to serve solely commercial interests. The Netherlands did not want to prevent the domination of any power, even the north, in the Baltic Sea. In the interests of the Union in Denmark, they did not pay any attention. Charles X was clearly aware of the danger of his position and did not insist particularly hard on the initial requirements. By the end of November, together with the Netherlands, the principles of the conclusion of peace were established; First of all, the same customs regulations for Swedish and Dutch ships. King agreed to give them that descend from it and Bornholm Drontgeym, destroy and raze sound dues Kroneborg. On the assignment of the Danish islands of Sweden, Holland for nothing did not agree.