So grateful for all the young guests that came to visit us this week: Belgium Embassy in US

Belgium: The Embassy of Belgium in the United States of America thanked all of the young guests that came to visit them this week in the emblematic historic mansion in Washington DC.

They took to their official social media and mentioned in the statement, “So grateful for all the young guests that came to visit us this week: we welcomed twenty-two 5th graders of the John Eaton Elementary School, teacher Hannah Whitman, and the chaperones at the official home of Ambassador Régibeau, and his furry companions’ dog Glaarni and cat Graffith.

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Colleagues Gwenda and Frederik invited their friends to a tour of the emblematic historic mansion in Washington, DC.

The Embassy of Belgium in the United States stated that the students could ask any question they ever wanted to ask an Ambassador.

About hundreds of hands rose to ask questions about his favourite pets (easy), how many US States he visited in his entire life (memory exercise: about 30 States and many more scheduled), how many languages he speaks (6), scientific inventions of Belgium (Zénobe Gramme invented the dynamo), support to Ukraine, the excellent transatlantic relations, the environmental issues our world faces today, and many, many more topics were discussed.

“Thank you for your interesting questions! Happy Holidays and see you soon!”

The Belgian Embassy is proud to be a long-standing member of the Embassy Adoption Program in Washington, DC.

On the other hand, the Embassy highlighted that Ambassador Régibeau was honoured to welcome four Belgian MPs for dinner as they are taking part in the NATO Parliamentary Assembly in Washington, DC.

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Furthermore, they traded news and analysis on Belgium and the US, our common vision for Ukraine and European security, energy and the economy.

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