Updates - COVID-19

Due to recent developments surrounding Covid-19, and in order to reduce its spread further, the Indonesian Embassy in The Hague has adjusted its service hours.

For foreigners who intend to enter the Indonesian territory.

Temporarily prohibit all foreigners from entering/transiting within the territory of the Republic of Indonesia

Indonesia barred foreign nationals from entering the country as the world’s fourth-most populous country stepped up efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo is declaring a COVID-19 public health emergency on Tuesday over the increasing numbers of infections and deaths across the country. 

Bismillahirrahmanirrahim.

Assalamu’alaikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuh,

Good morning,

Peace and prosperity be upon us all.  

Distinguished Vice President, Ladies and Gentlemen.  

Due to recent developments of the spread of Covid-19, and in order to reduce its transmission further, the Indonesian Embassy in The Hague has adjusted its service hours, as follows : 

Press Statement by Indonesian FM on Additional Measures in Relation to COVID - 19 Response

  • Please be advised that persons displaying symptoms of high fever (more than 38°C), coughing, or shortness of breath, will not be admitted to the Embassy for health security reasons.

 

Tobias Asserlaan 8,
2517 KC Den Haag, Belanda

 

 

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Contact & Services

Office Hour:
Monday - Friday
10.00-15.00

Pasport / Visa: 
10.00-12.00 (Submission)
12.00-13.00 (Collection) 

Consulair: 
10.00-12.00


The Embassy closes on the Indonesian and Dutch national holidays

Holiday 2020

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