The Bethelkerk in The Hague continues with the church's ongoing service to prevent the expulsion of an exhausted Armenian family until it is clear that the family can stay in the Netherlands.
That said preacher Derk Stegeman, church shelter coordinator, Tuesday in the program NPO Radio 1 With the I look at tomorrow in a reaction to the agreement on forgiveness of children. "We want security, not just politics, but also official confirmation that the Tamrazyan family can go on the streets."
The Armenian family has been at Bethelkerk since the end of October. There is ongoing service in the church because the government traditionally does not interrupt a church service to bring the people involved.
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