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1 Disastro aereo

I Paesi Bassi sono profondamente scossi per il terribile disastro aereo che ha coinvolto il volo MH17. Piangiamo tutte le persone che erano a bordo, qualunque fosse la loro origine. Il nostro supporto solidale va a tutti i loro cari, amici, colleghi e conoscenti. Il governo olandese sta facendo il possibile per poter fornire al più presto chiarimenti ai parenti delle vittime. Inoltre, i Paesi Bassi chiedono un'indagine internazionale indipendente e trasparente e invitano tutte le parti coinvolte a dare la propria totale collaborazione.

2 Open call per progetti creativi olandesi per ‘Fuori Expo’

L’Ambasciata dei Paesi Bassi in Italia e il Consolato Generale di Milano mettono a disposizione 50.000 euro per progetti culturali innovativi. Si tratta in particolare di iniziative legate ai temi dell’Expo 2015, che sono cari anche all’Olanda: Cibo, Energia e Acqua.

3 Netherlands-Italian Workshop & Matchmaking Logistics, Verona - Italia

Il 28 maggio 2014 si terrà il Netherlands-Italian Workshop & Matchmaking Logistics a Verona

4 European Parliamentary Elections 2014: voting by Dutch nationals abroad

Dutch nationals living outside the Netherlands, on a temporary basis or otherwise, and wishing to cast their votes for Dutch representatives in the 2014 European Parliamentary elections must register as voter by 10 April 2014.

5 BiciRoma 2014

Domenica 11 maggio ore 15.00 Appuntamento a Piazza del Popolo

6 Innovation Forum Italo-Olandese, Roma 16 aprile 2014

INVITO: l’Ambasciata dei Paesi Bassi e Confindustria Vi invitano al 'Innovation Forum Italo-Olandese' Opportunità di collaborazione in settori High Tech Roma, 16 aprile 2014 Sede Confindustria (Sala Pininfarina), Via dell’Astronomia 30, Roma

7 New passports and ID cards for adults valid for 10 years

As of 9 March 2014, new passports and identity cards for adults will be valid for 10 years. Documents for minors under the age of 18 will remain valid for five years, as before. The new fees for travel documents and ID cards will take effect on the same date.

8 Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on NSS 2014: ‘Making the world a bit safer’

With less than 24 hours to go before the Nuclear Security Summit begins in The Hague, prime minister Mark Rutte is looking forward to a successful event. The Netherlands, he says, is ready for the start of the largest summit ever held here.

9 A strong Europe with the right priorities

Today the German ‘Handelsblatt’ published an article on the future organization of the European Union: ‘Mehr Europa wagen’. It’s a piece by the German minister of Foreign Affairs Frank-Walter Steinmeier and his Dutch colleague Frans Timmermans. Both ministers call on the 28 member states to give a joint message after the EP elections about the political priorities of a more focused Union. Only a European Union making smart priorities en showing more solidarity can handle the enormous challenges we face.

10 Longer processing times for travel document applications in January 2014

If you wish to apply for a Dutch passport or identity card during the first 3 weeks of January, you should take into account that processing times may be longer than usual. Also, appointment availability will be limited.