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The United Netherlands extends an invitation


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The following note is a joint invitation as extended by the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Department of Economical Affairs, the Vereniging voor Vreemdelingenverkeer and the Vondel Instituut.

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The Republic of the United Netherlands wants to open up for foreign investment and therefore extends an invitation to heads of international organizations and statesmen to visit our country. As of today it has been decided that foreign businesses that set up their headquarters for Europe in the Netherlands do not have to pay taxes for the first 5 years of their stay (if the majority of their staff in the Netherlands is Dutch) while international organizations will be exempt from paying federal, provincial and local taxes of any sort (if 35 percent of their staff in the Netherlands is Dutch).

We also invite politicians to get to know our country and sample our traditions, arts, cuisine, music, landscape and architecture and of course to become acquainted with the politicians of this present government (both federal, provincial and local) and of course with the people themselves.

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Tourists are always welcome and the best time of the year to visit the country would be between may and late september . The Dutch Tourist Board, the Vereniging voor Vreemdelingenverkeer or VVV, has set up a special program in which people can contact a local family to stay with- the so-called "Get in touch with the Dutch- program" and a Dutch organization, consulate or embassy in your country will gladly help you to see what kind of paperwork is required to enter the country.

For visitors from EFTA-member-states a passport will suffice (and they can get the money they spend on VAT refunded) and no visa will be required but tourists can stay on a tourist visa (the same goes for a business visa) for a period of 3 consecutive months. The Immigration Services would be happy to help out in case you wish to stay longer and apply for a job.

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The Netherlands is a country that's known for cheese, tulips, bikes,windmills and canals but it is more then that it is a country with a lot of tradition and that has it's museums filled with works of art (the country of Bruegel the Elder, Bosch,Rubens, Vermeer, Rembrandt, Van Gogh and Mondriaan). From the prehistory, to the Romans and the Medieval Netherlandic and Flemish masters, through the Golden Age all to way up to today. But the Netherlands is also a modern country with an efficient transport network that boasts one of the most punctual rail services and modern businesses.

To give you a sample of what the Netherlands is about we will show you

about the Amsterdam area. Edited by DeRaadspensionaris
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Hudební informační středisko, the primary cultural centre for Rakatan (Czech) culture will be sending it's staffers to develop an branch office in Amsterdam sometime this week. We are interested in sharing the best of literature, music, art and film that the Czech people of Rakata can offer. We feel that this organization is best suited for a cultural exchange, and that this will go a long way towards improving our understanding of other cultures as well.

We merely request a specific address where we will be able to place our new branch institute.

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Hudební informační středisko, the primary cultural centre for Rakatan (Czech) culture will be sending it's staffers to develop an branch office in Amsterdam sometime this week. We are interested in sharing the best of literature, music, art and film that the Czech people of Rakata can offer. We feel that this organization is best suited for a cultural exchange, and that this will go a long way towards improving our understanding of other cultures as well.

We merely request a specific address where we will be able to place our new branch institute.

The Department of Foreign Affairs has briefly consulted the City of Amsterdam and they allocated a mansion for the use of the Hudební informační středisko at Keizersgracht 177 in the Coymanshuis Mansion from which we will send you a couple of pictures.

The Coymanshuis Mansion (or sometimes the plural version "Coymanshuizen" is used) is a 17th century mansion and one of the best examples of Dutch Classicism. It was expanded for the use of two wealthy merchants, the Coymans brothers who decided that it would be best (for tax reasons) to combine their homes.

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We would like to thank the Hudební informační středisko and the Rakatan Imperium for their sincere interest in developing a branch office in our country.

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The President of Molakian Arms, hoping to spread not only the word of his company and products, but the manufacturing side of the buisness, wishes to visit the Netherlands and discuss about opening offices and a factory if we may.

We would like to welcome the President of Molakian Arms for a lunch and business meeting at the Department of Economical Affairs in The Hague. We may have some interesting propositions for him and we would like to thank the company for their interest.

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