netherlands embassy

So I wanted to talk about what’s going on these days in the Netherlands. The Turkish politician Fatma Betul Sayan Kaya, who serves the Minister of Family and Social Policies should attend a meeting in Netherlands about the election in Turkey. But the police men in Netherlands stopped her and wanted her to go back. So, here I want to ask: If there is democracy in Netherlands why do they try to prevent the Turks to vote? Okay, the election is not about Netherland and you don’t want Turks should vote in your country. But there are many Turks in Netherlands and many of them can’t just go to Turkey for 1 day and vote. So, if everyone should vote, if there should be democracy, then why not vote in the Turkish embassy in Netherlands? To vote in the Turkish Embassy won’t affect Netherlands, so why are they so much against it? And beside that, they allow others for example PKK and HDP - which is terrorists and supporters of the terrorists - to meet, gather and Netherlands helps them a lot so they will get more supporters, so why are they not against them but the Turks, who will just vote in the Turkish embassy and not meet and gather on the streets in Netherland like PKK and HDP? PKK and HDP gathered so people would vote “no” at the election day , so why didn’t Netherlands stopped them? Why are Europe not against them? this is not about politic, but to destroy and split Turkey. 

Embassy numbers in Paris:

Poland embassy: +33 1 43 17 34 00
Danish embassy: +33 1 44 31 21 21
Ukrainian embassy: +33 1 43 06 07 37
Swedish embassy: +33 1 44 18 88 00
South African embassy: +33 1 53 59 23 23
Philippines embassy: +33 1 44 14 57 00
Indian embassy: +33 1 40 50 70 70
Chilean embassy +33 1 44 18 59 60
Argentinian embassy +33 1 44 05 27 00
Peruvian embassy +33 1 42 65 25 10
Colombian embassy +33 1 42 65 46 08
Uruguayan embassy +33 1 45 00 81 37
Paraguay embassy +33 1 42 22 85 05
Brazilian embassy +33 1 45 61 63 00
Venezuelan embassy +33 1 45 61 63 00
Ecuador embassy +33 1 40 67 02 21
Singapore embassy: +33 1 56 79 68 00
German embassy: +33 1 53 83 45 00
Norwegian embassy: +33 01 53 67 04 00
Mexican embassy: +33 1 53 70 27 70
Belgian embassy: +33 1 44 09 39 39
Netherlands embassy: +33 1 40 62 33 00
Portuguese embassy: +33 1 56 33 81 00
Cuban embassy: +33 1 45 67 55 35
Greek embassy: +33 1 47 23 72 28
Costa Rican embassy: +33 1 45 78 96 96
Hungarian embassy: +33 1 45 00 94 97
Irish embassy: +33 1 44 17 67 00
Egyptian embassy: +33 1 55 21 43 70

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As you might remember, sometime ago we made a really cool poster and told you all about how we’re going to the Hearth’s Warming Con held in the Netherlands to show off ourselves and our game. If you don’t remember, that’s good. If you do – not that good, but we can work with it.

Well, the thing is – our visa request was declined. Whether it is because we’re poor as heck or because the Netherlands embassy in Moscow has more trust in Syrian refugees than in Russian tourists (no offence to you, common Holland folk), show must go on. And that’s why, despite the current situation, we’re still going to show our faces and our demo on the convention at least virtually.

So this Sunday, 28 February, 12:00 – 13:00 GMT we’re going to have a Skype call with the con. There we’re going to talk about our project in general and some exclusive stuff in particular. We’re also going to stream this online, links will be provided later.


So everyone who wants to learn some new info about our project, see exclusive and fresh things and maybe get his share of surprises – you’re welcome to our stream! And we’re going to hold our fingers crossed until then so that everything goes as we planned (at least this time). See y’all in a week!