Relevant because some reports in UK Press say "tigermosquito's are present in the Netherlands". This is true, however these mosquito's were imported, did not breed. Also the "Lucky Bamboo" plants are imported in gel these days, not in water like before. This is done to prevent mosquito's to travel to Europe. Not sure if this really prevents the mosquito's coming in.
Import of tigermosquitos in the Netherlands
Since 2005 the tigermosquito, Aedes albopictus, has been occasionally found in green houses with Lucky bamboo plants which are imported into the Netherlands from south China.
As the tigermosquito is a vector for arboviruses such as dengue and Chikungunya, and dengue is endemic in south China, research is conducted to determine the settlement of the mosquito in the Netherlands.
Although Aedes albopictus is occasionally found, there are no indications of arbovirus infection yet. However, vigilance is needed as long as mosquitoes are being imported.
Tiger mosquito's were found in these countries:
More (in Dutch):