The Embassy of the Slovak Republic in The Hague
|Parkweg 1, 2585, JG Den Haag, Kingdom of the Netherlands|
|RESTRICTIONS ON ACTIVITIES OF THE CONSULAR DEPARTMENT|
The Consular Department of the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in The Hague takes these preventive measures to protect the health of both clients and employees due to the worsening of epidemiological situation in the Netherlands:
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- 21.05.2020Travel Recommendation of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic during the COVID-19 PandemicThe Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic reiterates the recommendation not to travel to any country in the world.
- 17.03.2020Based on the decision of Miroslav Lajčák, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, the diplomatic missions of the Slovak Republic abroad are registering information about citizens who are currently staying abroad and are interested in returning to Slovakia. Since the telephone lines are permanently occupied, we recommend registering electronically. (When registering it is necessary to state one’s identification and contact details, and the reason why one is staying abroad.)
- 16.03.2020Travel Recommendation: Grade 3 – Recommendation Not to Travel | All Countries of the World | COVID-19The Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic recommends that the citizens of the Slovak Republic not travel to any country of the world.
- 27.02.2020Bratislava, 27 February 2020 – Based on the conclusions from the meeting of the Security Council of the Slovak Republic today, the Slovak Republic has adopted several measures. At the same time an emergency task force meeting was held at the Ministry of Interior of the Slovak Republic, which will daily evaluate the current situation with regard to the COVID-19 (the coronavirus) disease.
- 06.02.2020On 5-6 February 2020, a meeting of experts of the Australian Group (AG) took place at the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. The group works as a multilateral export control regime for the export of substances and technologies of double use. It has 43 affiliated members whose aim is to prevent the abuse of the substances for the manufacture of chemical and biological weapons of mass destruction. The aim of the meeting, which was attended by more than a hundred experts from the AG member states, was to share information and the latest knowledge on chemical and biological substances and technologies of double use, including the control of exports to the states that are not members of the Australian Group.