The issuance of Dutch travel documents is changing worldwide, and this will affect the service to Dutch citizens in the United States as well.
The Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, in cooperation with Miami-Dade County, Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organization, Friends of the Underline, the City of Miami, the Dutch Cycling Embassy, and The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade will host a four-day ThinkBike workshop from Jan. 12-15, 2015.
The Netherlands and Dutch Culture USA presented an unprecedented number of renowned and emerging Dutch artists during Art Basel Week in Miami earlier this month.
The Netherlands and Dutch Culture USA are proud to announce an unprecedented number of renowned, as well as up-and-coming, Dutch artists will participate in this year’s Art Basel Week in Miami.
The national commemoration of the flight MH17 disaster will take place Monday, Nov. 10, in Amsterdam. The commemoration is accessible by invitation only. The persons invited are the surviving relatives of the victims and persons involved in the air crash.
The Kingdom of the Netherlands was elected today to the Human Rights Council by the UN General Assembly for the 2015-2017 period.
King Willem-Alexander has appointed Bert Koenders as Minister of Foreign Affairs. Mr. Koenders was sworn in by the King at Noordeinde Palace on Oct. 17, 2014.
The Dutch government has decided to end the issuance of travel documents in Orlando starting Oct. 1, 2015.
Miami Today, Miami-Dade County’s newspaper dedicated to the local business community, interviewed Consul General Nathalie Olijslager-Jaarsma about her work in Southern Florida since she arrived nearly a year ago.
As is customary when there is a vacancy in the cabinet, Prime Minister Mark Rutte will meet with the candidate for the post, in this case the prospective Minister of Foreign Affairs, Bert Koenders. The meeting will take place on Friday, Oct. 17.