U.S. Consulate General Amsterdam.
Friday 16 December
The U.S. Mission in the Netherlands has been informed that a marching demonstration is scheduled to take placeTODAY – Friday, December 16th from 12:00 to 16:00 in The Hague.
The demonstration is focused on the Greek Embassy, where the demonstrators will march to and offer a petition. Approximately 250 demonstrators will gather at the Malieveld at noon and begin their march shortly thereafter. The demonstration will begin and end at the Malieveld, however, the demonstrators will march by the U.S. Embassy.
Date/time: Friday, December 16th noon to 4 p.m.
Beginning Location: Malieveld
Route: Malieveld, Mauritskade, Parkstraat, Lange Voorhout, Korte Voorhout, Herengracht, Bezuidenhoutseweg, Koekamplaan, Malieveld.
Purpose: Present a petition to the Greek Embassy
Means: Banners, flags, and a microphone
The demonstration will be monitored by the Dutch National Police. As is the case with all protests,we recommend avoiding the demonstration area.
General Security Information
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- See the State Department’s travel website for the Worldwide Caution, Travel Warnings, Travel Alerts, and Netherlands Country Specific Information.
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To contact the Consulate General, please e-mail us at USCitizenServicesAMS@state.gov.