Embassy of Finland in The Hague is looking for a Catering and Housekeeping Superior for a fixed term contract
Are you interested in catering- and housekeeping superior’s tasks in the charming, third biggest city of the Netherlands? Embassy of Finland is looking for a Catering and Housekeeping Superior for the Ambassador's residence in The Hague for a fixed contract starting on 1st February 2024 or as agreed until 31st March 2026. Probationary period is one month. The position is part of Embassy’s locally employed staff and the contract is subject to terms and conditions of employment of locally employed staff and Dutch legislation.
Advance voting in Finland’s presidential elections in 2024 in the Netherlands
Finland will hold its presidential elections on Sunday 28 January 2024. Advance voting will be possible abroad from 17 to 20 January 2024. The election day for a possible second election (second round) will be 11 February 2024, and advance voting abroad will be possible from 31 January to 3 February 2024.
Important information on postal voting in the 2024 Presidential Election
Expatriate Finns, i.e. those have the right to vote in Finland and live permanently abroad, are entitled to vote in the Parliamentary and Presidential Election. Expatriate Finns can also vote in the Elections for the European Parliament unless they are registered on the electoral roll of their country of residence.
Foreign Ministry to survey market for application submission services for visas and residence permits
Finland’s Ministry for Foreign Affairs is planning to launch a tendering process for outsourcing its entry permit application submission services in 2024. As a preparation for the upcoming tendering process, the Ministry will survey the market in autumn 2023.
Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Transport and Communications Minna Kivimäki a candidate for Secretary-General of the IMO
Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Transport and Communications Minna Kivimäki has been nominated a candidate for the post of Secretary-General of the International Maritime Organization (IMO). There are altogether seven candidates for the post.