Contacting an embassy or consulate
Have you run into trouble abroad and you can’t sort things out for yourself? You can ask the local Dutch embassy or consulate for help. Consular assistance can cost money. Almost all the world’s countries have at least one Dutch mission (an embassy or consulate).
Contact information for embassies and consulates
On the Dutch embassies and consulates abroad page you will find contact details for embassies and consulates of the Kingdom of the Netherlands abroad.
If the Netherlands has no permanent representation in a country, there is often an honorary consul. These are often business people who augment their everyday activities by representing Dutch interests in a certain geographical area. Most honorary consuls are not Dutch nationals and therefore do not speak Dutch. Some 360 honorary consuls represent the Netherlands abroad. Their contact details can be found at http://www.minbuza.nl/representations
No embassy or consulate?
Is there no Dutch embassy or consulate in the country? Then you can contact another EU country’s embassy. The websites of many countries’ foreign ministries carry a list of their embassies.
A list of websites of foreign affairs ministries.