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King Philippe sits for military briefing

1 month ago   |   By Royal Central

King Philippe of the Belgians visited the Defence Staff “Reine Elisabeth” quarters on Thursday, 21 October, for a routine update on the operations currently underway in various parts of the world that involve the Belgian Armed Forces.
His Majesty was welcomed with military honours and signed the guest book before sitting down for a briefing on military strategy.
King Philippe received updates on Operation Red Kite, which sees the presence of the Belgian military in Afghanistan to continue evacuating civilians and diplomatic personnel after the rapid fall of the country in the hands of the...
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