Netherlands Embassy in Sarajevo Bosnia-Herzegovina
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Little is known about the passionate, unselfish, yet immense contribution by the Out of Area Foundation from the Netherlands to the Kid's Festival in Sarajevo. This organization, with its hundreds of volunteers, has been helping to make this festival happen for more than 10 years.
Ambassador Kraak attended and opened the theater show "Stories from the meadows", performed by members of the association "Life with Down Syndrome" in Sarajevo last week. The embassy supported this project, believing in the importance of inclusion and support of development of children with Down syndrome.
|Address||Grbavička 4 71000 Sarajevo Bosnia-Herzegovina|
(+387) 33-562 600
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September 16, 2014 On Budget Day (Prince's Day), on the third Tuesday in September, the government announces its plans for the coming year. The King travels in the Golden Coach to the Hall of Knights in The Hague where he reads the Speech from the Throne. Later that day, the Minister of Finance presents the National Budget and the Budget Memorandum to the House of Representatives in the ceremonial briefcase.
September 12, 2014 European Commission President-Elect Jean-Claude Juncker has announced his new team of Commissioners for the next five years. Foreign minister Frans Timmermans will be Mr Juncker’s First Vice President and right-hand man. If confirmed by the European Parliament, the minister will be entrusted with the portfolio on better regulation, inter-institutional relations, rule of law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights. Prime Minister Mark Rutte has said that he is ‘very happy’ with the important job Mr Timmermans has been offered.
- Ambassador's Blog
- Dutch filmmaker Leonard Retel Helmrich gives master class to young filmmakers in Sarajevo
- The government of the Netherlands decides to end the recovery efforts at the site of the crash of flight MH-17
- Ambassador Kraak interview about the Compact for Growth and Jobs
- Embassy closed on 28 and 29 July