Dutch Minister Ernst Hirsch Ballin (Justice) doesn't think the Turkish army service obligation that Turkish-Dutch must fulfill in their homeland is a problem.
The army service for a Turk with double nationality barely has "very limited consequences" and he can get out of it by giving up his Turkish passport, the minister said in a written reply to parliament.
Turks in the Netherlands with two passports are obligated to fulfill their military service duty in their homeland. They can partially buy it off. To avoid the military duty is a crime in Turkey.
In his letter Hirsch Ballin also said that about a third of Turks who get Dutch citizenship renounce their original nationality. The rest can appeal that they should get an exception.
Source: AD (Dutch)
See also: Brussels: Turkish army duty, Netherlands: Pushing Turkey to exempt Dutch from army service