The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in London, United Kingdom
- Statue unveiled in Holyhead
- Important changes to passports
- When things go wrong abroad
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A statue has been unveiled in Holyhead to commemorate the links between Anglesey and the Netherlands during World War Two.
As of 1 March 2015, the way in which Dutch passports are issued worldwide will change. This will also affect Dutch nationals in the UK. From 1 March 2015, it will no longer be possible to request passports or ID cards at the consulates in Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Hull, Liverpool, Manchester or Southampton.
Have you run into trouble abroad and you can’t sort things out for yourself? You can ask the local Dutch embassy or consulate for help. Consular assistance can cost money. Almost all the world’s countries have at least one Dutch mission (an embassy or consulate).
|Address||38 Hyde Park Gate London SW7 5DP United Kingdom|
+44 (20) 7590 3200
+44 7771 596 800 (Emergencies, outside office hours)
23 October 2014 The Kingdom of the Netherlands was today elected to the Human Rights Council for the 2015-2017 period by the UN General Assembly. Foreign minister Bert Koenders welcomes the Netherlands’ membership of the council. ‘What happened today underlines the importance the Netherlands places on human rights worldwide,’ said the minister.
20 October 2014 A statue has been unveiled in Holyhead to commemorate the links between Anglesey and the Netherlands during World War Two.
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