Security and traffic related measures during the nuclear summit

Published on 4 March 2014
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On 24 and 25 March the Netherlands will welcome 58 world leaders, 5,000 delegates and 3,000 journalists to the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS), the largest gathering of its kind ever held in this country.

To ensure that everything runs smoothly and safely, certain security- and traffic-related measures will have to be taken. The authorities are doing their utmost to ensure that any inconvenience to the public is kept to a minimum. Nevertheless, motorists travelling between Amsterdam, The Hague and Rotterdam should be prepared for severe disruptions. The same applies to the area around Wassenaar, Leiden, Katwijk, Noordwijk, the ‘Bollenstreek’ and Haarlemmermeer.

Above summit will severely disrupt traffic and therefore our service might not be up to the standard you can expect.

Voerman will do everything to lower the discomfort to a minimum.

We appreciate your understanding!

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