Netherlands Embassy in Tirana Albania

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National Mourning Day

In respect of victims of #MH17

Minister-president Rutte has declared Wednesday 23 July 2014 a national day of mourning. On this the day the first victims of the MH17 air disaster will arrive in The Netherlands. This will happen in the presence of their relatives.

7/23/14

Ceremony Thomson

In memoriam of Colonel Thomson

Upon request of the international community, Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands assigned through a Royal decree of 24 February 1914, fifteen officers to the service of Albanian Gendarmerie, giving them a high military rank.

6/16/14

Announcement

Initiative on whistleblowing

On Tuesday, 27 May 2014, Minister for Local Affairs and National Coordinator for Anti-Corruption Mr Bledi Çuçi, Vice Minister of Justice Mr. Idlir Peçi, Dutch Ambassador Martin de la Beij and Charge d’Affaires a.i. of the European Union Delegation to Albania, Mr.

5/27/14

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July 23, 2014 Minister-president Rutte has declared Wednesday 23 July 2014 a national day of mourning. On this the day the first victims of the MH17 air disaster will arrive in The Netherlands. This will happen in the presence of their relatives. In addition, their Majesties King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima, minister-president Rutte and vice-minister-president Asscher, representatives of other countries which suffered losses and other dignitaries will be present. Public buildings will fly the flag half-mast during this day.

July 18, 2014 The Netherlands is deeply shocked by the terrible air disaster involving flight MH17. We mourn all those who were on board, whatever their nationality. Our thoughts are with their loved ones, friends, colleagues and acquaintances. Dutch government is doing all it can to gain clarity for the victims’ families as swiftly as possible. The Netherlands is pressing for an independent and transparent international investigation and calls on all those involved to provide full and immediate cooperation. A crisis team has been set up at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in The Hague. Relatives of victims can contact the Ministry on +31 (0)70 348 7770.