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In the picture H.E. Dato’ Nadzirah Binti Osman, Ambassador of Malaysia and spouse. Ambassador Osman presented her Letters of Credence to HM. King Willem Alexander of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

By Roy lie Atjam

Noordeinde Palace The Hague, on the sunny morning of 8 September 2021, H.E. Dato’ Nadzirah Binti Osman, Ambassador of Malaysia was honoured to present her Letters of Credence to HM. King Willem Alexander of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

It was a privilege to receive such a warm welcome.

Ambassador Dato’ Nadzirah Binti Osman looks forward to furthering the long-established and warm bilateral relationship between the two friendly nations.

Ambassador Dato’ Nadzirah Binti Osman was collected and accompanied by a chamberlain of the King. To this end, the King made available to the ambassador a gala carriage and a so-called blue carriage for the embassy staff. The carriages were drawn by two horses. The gala carriage was preceded by two co-drivers in gala outfit. Two riders of the Mounted Marechaussee ride in ceremonial dress in front of and behind each carriage in procession.

H.E. Dato’ Nadzirah Binti Osman, Ambassador of Malaysia coming back from Noordeinde Palace.

A guard of honour and a military band was in place at the palace. The Guard of Honor consisted of a commander and two detachments from the Air Force Command.

The music was by the Marine Band of the Royal Navy & Tamboers en Pijpers. At the entrance of the palace were two honorary posts of the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee Brigade The Hague.

After a drum salute and the national anthem of Malaysia, an inspection of the guard of honour followed, the ambassador subsequently entered the palace.  Upon departing Dato’ Nadzirah Binti Osman again received a salute of honour.

The new ambassador of Malaysia.

The Embassy of Malaysia hosted a reception in honnour of this memorable day.

We wish Ambassador Dato’ Nadzirah Binti Osman a successful and pleasant stint in the Netherlands.

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