Netherlands Embassy in Kabul Afghanistan

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Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kabul

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Malalai Watt

+93 700 286 641


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November 17, 2016 The registration process for non-resident Dutch voters for the election of members of the House of Representatives on March 15, 2017 was launched on September 15, 2016. This registration process will run until February 1, 2017. Instructions how to vote from abroad in the elections for the House of Representatives of the States General on 15 March 2017 are included in this message.

November 16, 2016 The Embassy of the Netherlands in Afghanistan visited the city of Bamyan this week to discuss development projects and the overall situation in Bamyan with our implementing partners (UN-HABITAT, ANPO and The Asia Foundation), the chief of police-e-Mardumi and the governor of Bamyan. It is promising to see that the city is relatively safe and communities are committed to the development of this city and province. We met inspiring men and women who are working for the future of Afghanistan. And indeed, a lot remains to be done, for example when it comes to economic development and the position of women. As these people, the Netherlands remains committed to the future of Afghanistan and this beautiful city.