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On the occasion of King’s Day, the Dutch National Day, the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Serbia, H.E. Henk van den Dool, and Ms Kasia Pawelska hosted a reception.

King’s Day (Koningsdag) is a national holiday in the Netherlands that is celebrated on 27th April to mark the 50th birthday of His Majesty King Willem-Alexander.

King’s Day in the Netherlands is celebrated with music, street parties and markets, while many people dress in orange as a token of pride for the Dutch Royal Family, the House of Orange-Nassau.

The Belgrade reception was attended by representatives of the Dutch community in Serbia, Serbian Government officials, members of the diplomatic corps and representatives of civil society and the business community.

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