Contact information regarding the shutdown of Thomas Cook

first_imgNORWAY Contact regarding financial guarantees  www.gfg.beThomas Cook Call Center in Belgium (www.thomascook.be) tel: +32 70 750 243. Federal Public Service for Foreign Affairs of Belgium, emergency line: +32 2 501 40 00 HUNGARY PAD THOMAS COOKA OPENS PANDORA’S BOX mob: + 385914924532 BELGIUM Bankruptcy of Thomas Cook created confusion in the European airspace, opened a Pandora’s box and created problems for clients / tourists who used the services of Thomas Cook Thomas Cook France So today, the Ministry of Tourism published additional information regarding the registration and deregistration of tourists, reservations and payment for services provided in your facility. Below you can find contacts you can contact with inquiries. DENMARK RELATED NEWS: Consular Section of the Embassy of Hungary in Zagreb tel .: + 358-9-160 55555 For tourists stuck in Croatia and other countries, the English aviation authorities, in agreement with the British government, organize their return back to the UK. FINLAND query link: https://thomascook.caa.co.uk/ NETHERLANDScenter_img e-mail address: jaskov@um.dk contact person: Jasmina Kovačević UNITED KINGDOM MVEP AND MINT: NO THOMAS COOK GUEST IN CROATIA WILL BE DAMAGED OR UNCERTAINTED  THE DESTRUCTION OF THOMAS COOK: 190 BRITISH TOURISTS STUCK IN DUBROVNIK tel .: +385 1 4890 918, +385 1 4890 906 Photo: Pixabay.com FRANCE U zajedničkom priopćenju Ministarstva vanjskih i europskih poslova i Ministarstva turizma vezano uz propast Thomas Cook-a, istaknuli su kako  niti jedan njihov gost koji se nalazi trenutno u Hrvatskoj neće biti oštećen ili nezbrinut. Ministarstvo turizma u komunikaciji je s hotelskim kućama kako bi svi gosti bili na vrijeme informirani o trenutnoj situaciji te kako bi osigurali da nesmetano mogu nastaviti svoj boravak u Hrvatskoj. Britanska Vlada će se pobrinuti za letove kojima će sve turiste vratiti kućama, dok će osiguravajuća agencija britanske Vlade pokriti troškove smještaja turista. tel: + 38514924532 e-mail address: consulate.zgb@mfa.gov.hu TUI Netherlands – contact email address: TCsupplier@tui.nl        tel: +33 1 41 05 40 81 CONTACT INFORMATION REGARDING THE CLOSURE OF THE TOURIST COMPANY THOMAS COOK e-mail address: kroatia@ving.no tel: + 385 95 48 37 019 tel: + 47 594 15 520last_img read more

Mum pushes for abortion law change

first_img‘She had to go through it alone’ – mum wants abortion law changeNZ Herald 27 August 2015A woman has told politicians the harrowing background to her daughter’s suicide attempt, in a bid to have abortion law changed.Hillary Kieft, of Stratford, appeared before the Justice and Electoral select committee and, with pauses to regain her composure, outlined what had happened to her family.Mrs Kieft’s daughter had an abortion at 15 years old before she attempted suicide a year later, in 2010.Only then did the Kiefts learn that their daughter’s boarding school arranged for a procedure through a Family Planning clinic in Hawera, and failed to offer any post-abortion support.Mrs Kieft’s petition, which was signed and presented to Parliament by Whanganui MP Chester Borrows, wants legislation changed to ensure parents were notified before daughters are referred for an abortion, and to ensure there is “a fully informed consent” from those undergoing the procedure.http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11503837Tell parents about children’s abortions – motherRadio NZ News 27 August 2015Hillary Kieft has presented a petition to Parliament, asking for an amendment to the Care of Children Act, which is now before the Justice and Electoral select committee.Mrs Kieft told MPs today that in 2009 her daughter, who was 15 at the time, had an abortion without the family’s knowledge and any support.She said the teenager was left infertile, had struggled with depression, and attempted suicide.“As a family, we are standing together to see a change for parental rights. We do not want other families to go through the pain and suffering we have had to endure.“The current law intends to protect girls. So, as a mother, I want to know – show me how.”There was a double standard, she said.http://www.radionz.co.nz/news/top/282572/tell-parents-about-children’s-abortions-motherParliament considering petition on abortion law changesStuff co.nz 27 August 2015A Taranaki mother who has endured years of sleepless nights fearing her teenage daughter was taking her own life is calling for abortion law changes.Hillary Kieft, of Stratford, struggled at times to keep her composure in the Justice and Electoral select committee on Thursday where she was speaking to her petition.She’s asking to give parents assurance they would be notified before daughters under the age of 16 were referred for an abortion.Kieft’s daughter, then 15, was taken for an abortion in Hawera in 2010 that was arranged by her school and was dropped home to her parents where they were told she had been to a counselling appointment.A year later their daughter attempted suicide and it was only then that she confided she had been taken to a Family Planning clinic for an abortion and had not received any follow-up counselling or medical treatment.http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/71503168/parliament-considering-petition-on-abortion-law-changes?fb_source=timeline&ref=profile#_=_last_img read more