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vrijdag 24 november 2017

Embassy in Paramaribo closed on 24 November

Embassy in Paramaribo closed on 24 November
Friday 24 November all departments of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Paramaribo, Suriname, are closed to public. In case of emergency you can call the duty officer via +597 477 211.
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Made and grown in the Netherlands
The number one exporter worldwide for live trees, plants, bulbs, roots and cut flowers. A title the Netherlands can claim with confidence, as second-largest exporter of agricultural products worldwide. Horticulture is by far the most impor­tant segment within the agricultural sector. It is thus no wonder that the Netherlands is participating in the HortiChina exhibition.
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The Dutch Embassy promotes European standards among judges in Albania and Kosovo
The Dutch embassy, through the regional Rule of Law programme, actively tries to professionalize the Albanian justice system, for example by promoting European standards among judges. That's why, together with the European Center, Dutch ambassador Dewi van de Weerd presented the launching of a truly comprehensive and up-to-date collection of translated court cases from the European Court of Human Rights. It provides judges, prosecutors, lawyers and students easily accessible information...
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Ramallah - Limited consular services from 27 Nov 2017 - 1 March 2018
The Netherlands Representative Office (NRO) to the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah will be renovated from 27 November 2017 till 1 March 2018. The NRO will stay operational but consular services will be limited during this period.
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Creating a better world through responsible use of resources
Tantalum or tungsten might not sound very familiar to you. However, these minerals are used in everyday products such as mobile phones and cars. Furthermore, they could also be mined in politically unstable areas. Armed groups often use forced labor to mine minerals which they then sell to, for example, buy weapons. How can we prevent this from happening and cooperate on this matter?
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