December 19, 2012 12:58:01 PM CET
There should be no problem, as long as it's made for the type of gas you you have.
It's either propane/butane [gas in bottles] or natural gas [supplied from a pipe network in towns], Ardgas in Dutch. Almost every house /apartment in NL has natural gas.
You'll need to attach the gas supply to your stove; it's not difficult, but gas has to be done right. In the DIY shops, you'll find acordian style stainless steel hose with fittings. that will [usually] fit the gas tap in your kitchen. it should have a rubber or fiber washer in each end. hopefully, the other end will already fit your cooker. If it doesn't, you need an adaptor. Get advice at the shop, or you'll have to hire a hanyman or "instalator".
On the electric end, best is to change the plug. You could use an adaptor [you need a 3 pin one, with earth], but as ovens use quite a bit of power, it's better to cut off the english plug and attach a euro type.
The green/yellow wire goes to the center [safety earth]. the other two [brown and blue] are interchangable.