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The Prime Minister of the Netherlands meets the students of Hanoi - Amsterdam High school for the Gifted

Post by: webams | 07/11/2023 | 232 reads

For an entire hour at Hanoi - Amsterdam High school for the Gifted, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands smiled non-stop, mingling with the students while painting and taking selfies together.

 

The Prime Minister of the Netherlands taking photos with the students and teachers of Hanoi - Amsterdam

On the afternoon of November 2nd, Prime Minister Mark Rutte visited Hanoi - Amsterdam High school for the Gifted, a school especially meaningful to the relations between the two countries as it was established thanks to the noble gesture of the citizens of Amsterdam (the Netherlands).

Earlier in the day, before Mr. Rutte arrived, the students had formed two lines along the corridor, holding tulips—the symbol of the Netherlands—to welcome Prime Minister Mark Rutte. The leader of the Netherlands smiled and waved when he reached the school.

The atmosphere heated up even more when he arrived at the auditorium, where hundreds of students and teachers were waiting for him and welcomed him with continuous rounds of applause.

With a playful but respectful attitude towards the esteemed guest, a video capturing daily moments of Mr. Rutte prepared by the event organizers was then played. The Prime Minister burst into laughter at this unique welcome.

The leader of the Netherlands then listened to the students' questions and answered them passionately throughout the afternoon.

He happily took selfies with the students, waved and thanked the love and youthful energy he was gifted with as he painted a mural with the students. The painting, which included a stylized lotus and tulip, is the benchmark that recognizes the 50 years of relations between Vietnam and the Netherlands.

The Prime Minister of the Netherlands visited Hanoi - Amsterdam High school for the Gifted on the afternoon of November 2, on the occasion of the two countries’ 50-year anniversary of diplomatic relations establishment. 

Rounds of applause and cheers from nearly 200 students brightened up the auditorium’s atmosphere, as Prime Minister Mark Rutte is welcomed to the school that symbolizes the relations between Vietnam and the Netherlands

The interactive session, which lasted more than an hour, left a lasting impression on the students due to the friendliness of the leader.

Prime Minister Mark Rutte bursting into laughter at the amusing clip that the event organizers gifted him with.


After the Q&A session, Mr. Rutte painted a mural with the students

 

Prime Minister Mark Rutte smiling and waving goodbye to the teachers and students of Hanoi - Ams while leaving

Translator: Lê Quỳnh Anh - English 1 (‘23 - ‘26)

Source: Tuoi Tre newspaper

Images: DANH KHANG