Netherlands Embassy in Islamabad Pakistan
Currently in the spotlights
With large areas of the Netherlands below sea level or prone to flooding, no one lives with or manages water better than the Dutch
The Embassy of the Netherlands was given a new look, depicting the colors and style of the Dutch artist Piet Mondriaan by AkzoNobel.
The world is becoming a safer place. During the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS 2014) in The Hague, 58 world leaders made concrete agreements to prevent terrorists getting their hands on nuclear material that could be used to make a nuclear weapon. This will further reduce the threat of a nuclear attack.
|Address||167, Street 15, Diplomatic Enclave, Sector G-5 Islamabad, Pakistan Pakistan|
(+92) (0) 51 2004 444
April 3, 2014 Ter ere van de verjaardag van Z.M. Koning Willem-Alexander, nodigt de Nederlandse Ambassadeur te Pakistan Z.E. Marcel de Vink, u uit voor een receptie op donderdag 24 april 2014 van 19.00 tot 21.00 uur in de Sheesh Mahal Zaal van het Serena Hotel te Islamabad. Om toegang tot de zaal te krijgen dient u dit bericht (geprint) en uw Nederlandse paspoort mee te nemen.
April 2, 2014 As from 21 April 2014, the embassy will outsource parts of the Schengen and Dutch Caribbean visa and legalisation process. From that date, visa and legalisation applications can be submitted at VFS/Gerry's offices in Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore without an appointment.
- AkzoNobel Bring The Colours Of Mondriaan To The Netherlands Embassy in Pakistan
- Outcome of NSS 2014: a major step towards a safer world
- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif meets Dutch Royalty
- 19th March, 2014: 3rd Nuclear Security Summit, The Hague, 24-25 March 2014
- Dutch Vice-Minister sees business opportunities in water and agriculture