Nu­clear Se­cu­rity

Sum­mit in The Hague


US Pres­i­dent Barack Obama and 57 other world lead­ers and 5,000 del­e­gates will visit The Hague for a two-day NSS meet­ing to dis­cuss meth­ods to pre­vent nu­clear ter­ror­ism. Se­cu­rity will be as tight as ever seen in the Nether­lands and the main ad­vice from the po­lice to com­muters who travel by car from Am­s­ter­dam to The Hague and Rot­ter­dam is, ‘don’t do it’.

The se­cu­rity mea­sures mean large stretches of mo­tor­way will be to­tally or par­tially closed off from the af­ter­noon of Sun­day March 23 to the early morn­ing of Wed­nes­day March 26. There will also be road clo­sures and de­lays for com­muters in Wasse­naar, Lei­den, Katwijk, No­ord­wijk and Haar­lemer­meer. The Dutch rail­way com­pany NS is putting on ex­tra trains to ac­com­mo­date com­muters. «

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