The Embassy and the consular section are closed on Wednesday 30th of November, Thursday 1st of December and Friday 2nd of December due to Romanian public holidays.
On March 15, 2017 the election of the members of the Lower House of Parliament takes place. As a Dutch citizen abroad you can vote in this election. You will have to register yourself first at the Hague, even if you have already previously registered yourself for an election or referendum.
This morning the families of the victims of the MH17 disaster were briefed by the Joint Investigation Team on the initial findings of the criminal investigation into the downing of flight MH17. These findings concern the weapon used to down flight MH17, the location from which it was fired and the Buk missile system’s route of transport.
The Embassy and the consular affairs department are closed on Wednesday, 31 August, due to a teambuilding day with embassy staff.
The Week of Innovative Regions in Europe (WIRE) 2016 will open on 8 June in Eindhoven. This year the conference, organised annually by the European Commission, will focus on setting up regional ecosystems to promote open innovation and close cooperation.
On the occasion of Orthodox Whit Monday, the Embassy (including the consular department) will be closed on Monday, 20 June 2016.
Ești pasionat/ă de fotografie și te interesează afacerile europene? Sub egida Președinției olandeze a Consiliului Uniunii Europene, Ambasada Olandei în România te provoacă să ne arăți prin fotografii cum vezi Europa astăzi și la ce te gândești când spui Europa.
Due to Orthodox Easter and the Dutch Liberation Day, the Embassy and the consular department will be closed on the 2nd, 3rd and 5th of May.
On 6 April 2016 an advisory referendum was held in the Netherlands on the EU-association agreement with Ukraine. The preliminary outcome shows that the required threshold for a valid outcome of a turn-out of 30% or more was reached, with a majority of people voting against.
Following a number of attacks in Brussels on Tuesday morning, Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Minister of Foreign Affairs Bert Koenders have been in contact with their Belgian colleagues. Both sent their condolences, expressed the Netherlands’ solidarity with Belgium and offered practical support.