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King Albert II meets with the President of Lithuania Valdas Adamkus,16 December 2004 at the Royal Palace in Brussels.
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December 16, 2004: Reception following the Christmas Concert at the Royal Palace.
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Christmas concert at the royal palace. The royal family was present (I'm not sure wether Astrid & Lorenz were also there) together with a delegation of war veterans (60th anniversary of the liberation of Belgium, and today the battle of the Ardennes is commemorated). There was also a delegation of the royal military academy (no Amedeo as far as I know).
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Christmas concert at the royal palace. The royal family was present (I'm not sure wether Astrid & Lorenz were also there) together with a delegation of war veterans (60th anniversary of the liberation of Belgium, and today the battle of the Ardennes is commemorated). There was also a delegation of the royal military academy (no Amedeo as far as I know).
Astrid was there as well
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Old 12-17-2004, 07:27 AM
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BRUSSELS, BELGIUM: Belgium's King Albert II (R) meets with Lithuanian President Valdas Adamkus 16 December 2004 at the Royal Palace in Brussels
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What is Astrid wearing in those photos at the concert???
Why wasn't her husband there???
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December 18th, 2004

Belgium and Luxemburg commemorate the Battle of the Bulge, a last-ditch German offensive on December 16, 1944 which was the bloodiest land battle of WWII involving US troops, who suffered some 80,000 casualties, of which 19,000 were killed.

King Albert II was present at the commemorations in Bastogne.
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December 18th, 2004

Belgium and Luxemburg commemorate the Battle of the Bulge, a last-ditch German offensive on December 16, 1944 which was the bloodiest land battle of WWII involving US troops, who suffered some 80,000 casualties, of which 19,000 were killed.

King Albert II was present at the commemorations in Bastogne.
video where you can see king Albert laying a wreath and throwing nuts :)

http://www.vrtnieuws.net/nieuwsnet_m...x.html?video_3
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December 18th, 2004

Belgium and Luxemburg commemorate the Battle of the Bulge, a last-ditch German offensive on December 16, 1944 which was the bloodiest land battle of WWII involving US troops, who suffered some 80,000 casualties, of which 19,000 were killed.

King Albert II was present at the commemorations in Bastogne.
King Albert II attends the commemoration ceremony of the 60-year anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge, Saturday 18 December 2004 in Bastogne. In snow and a chilling wind, US veterans and the king of Belgium paid tribute to Allied forces who, in a freezing winter 60 years ago, repulsed the last big German counter-attack of World War II.
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Queen Paola, princess Mathilde, princess Astrid & princess Claire were out on a royal duty together!

18 December 2004 in Peutie, during a meeting with families of Belgian militaries stationed in Afganistan or Balkans.
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Queen Paola, princess Mathilde, princess Astrid & princess Claire were out on a royal duty together!

18 December 2004 in Peutie, during a meeting with families of Belgian militaries stationed in Afganistan or Balkans.
more pics from belga.be
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and the last ones...
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king Albert delivering his christmas speech, 24th December 2004.
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his speech:



the king started with thinking back about the disaster in Ghislenghien, and praising firemen for their help and courage.

Next year Belgium will exist 175 and will be a federal state for 25 years, it will be celebrated in 2005 manifestations throughout the year. Important people and events from the past will be commemorated (also the 100th anniversary of the birth of queen Astrid), but the celebrations will definatively be turned towards the future and the main theme will be different communities and cultures living together (like it is the case in Belgium).

IN DUTCH

Dames en Heren,

Meestal is de kersttijd voor onze families een gelegenheid tot vreugdevol weerzien. Maar nu gaan de gedachten van de Koningin en van mezelf heel bijzonder naar de families die door de ramp van Gellingen zwaar werden beproefd.

Terugdenkend aan de brandweerlieden en de politieman die aldaar het leven hebben verloren, wensen wij een hulde te brengen aan al het politie- en brandweerpersoneel van ons land. Zoals hun collega’s uit de streek van Ath, staan ook zij altijd klaar om, desnoods met levensgevaar, hun medeburgers te beschermen. Ik stel er dan ook prijs op ze nog eens aan te moedigen, te feliciteren, en te danken.

Dames en Heren,
Zoals U weet, vieren wij volgend jaar de 175ste verjaardag van ons land en ook de 25ste verjaardag van ons federalisme. Naar aanleiding hiervan zullen er het ganse jaar door allerhande manifestaties worden georganiseerd. Ze zullen resoluut op de toekomst en op ons “beter samenleven” zijn gericht.

Ik denk onder meer aan de volksfeesten ter gelegenheid van 21 juli, aan de uitwisselingsprogramma’s tussen scholen uit het Noorden en het Zuiden van ons land, aan de sportwedstrijden, de culturele tentoonstellingen.

Er is ook het Internationaal Congres over Federalisme. Het zal plaatshebben in de loop van volgend kwartaal en ons in de gelegenheid stellen onze eigen ervaring te toetsen aan die van andere landen. Een tentoonstelling “Made in Belgium” zal enkele markante feiten uit onze geschiedenis in herinnering brengen. Uiteraard zullen muziek en litteratuur in deze vieringen ruim aan bod komen.

Ik denk ook aan de opening, op het Paleizenplein, van een museum dat de geschiedenis van België in beeld zal brengen. En tenslotte is er nog de herdenking van de honderdste verjaardag van de geboorte van Koningin Astrid.

Deze vieringen en herdenkingen zullen niet alleen ons verleden oproepen. Zij zullen ook doen nadenken over de toekomst en de vraag behandelen welke specifieke taak voor ons land is weggelegd in de huidige wereld.
Ik ben er immers van overtuigd dat wij een welbepaalde boodschap kunnen brengen. Ze bestaat erin verschillende culturen echt te doen samenleven binnen een zelfde politieke samenhang.

De oorzaak van de talrijke conflicten die de wereld teisteren is meestal te zoeken in de niet-erkenning van de etnische of religieuze of culturele identiteit van een deel van de bevolking. Een van de grote uitdagingen van onze tijd bestaat er dan ook in tussen verschillende bevolkingsgroepen een goede harmonie te realiseren, met eerbied voor de eigenheid van eenieder, en in de overtuiging dat die verschillen in identiteit, verrijkend zijn.
Precies die uitdaging neemt ons land terdege aan.

Enkele maanden geleden heb ik in Brussel de voorstelling bijgewoond van het jaarlijks ontwikkelingsrapport van de Verenigde Naties. De culturele verscheidenheid werd in dat document uitvoerig behandeld. Het onderstreepte dat de verscheidene identiteiten in België, zoals die van de gemeenschap of het gewest, de nationale, de Europese, in de overgrote meerderheid van de gevallen worden ervaren als complementair en zeker niet als tegengesteld.

Een harmonische eenheid met eerbied voor de verschillen, en de afwijzing van het in zichzelf gekeerd zijn, zijn boodschappen die ons land kan uitdragen. Laat ons die opdracht fier en zelfverzekerd vervullen.

De viering van onze 175ste verjaardag beoogt niet alleen een rijk verleden in het licht te stellen. Het is vooral een gelegenheid om ernstig na te denken over de vooruitgang en al het beloftevolle dat onze Belgische samenleving in zich draagt.

Het is in deze geest van nationale cohesie, die trouwens gewenst wordt door de meerderheid van de bevolking, dat de Koningin en ikzelf en gans onze Familie U allen een Vrolijk Kerstfeest en een voorspoedig Nieuwjaar wensen.
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IN FRENCH/GERMAN:

Mesdames et Messieurs,

En ce temps de Noël où les familles se retrouvent, la Reine et moi pensons spécialement à toutes celles qui furent cruellement éprouvées par la catastrophe de Ghislenghien.

En nous souvenant du policier et des pompiers qui ont succombé là-bas, nous voulons rendre un hommage particulier à tous les pompiers et policiers de notre pays. Comme ceux de la région d’Ath, ils sont toujours prêts à se dévouer, même au péril de leur vie, pour la protection de leurs concitoyens. Qu’ils soient ici encouragés, félicités, et remerciés.

Mesdames et Messieurs,

Comme vous le savez, l’an prochain nous fêterons ensemble le 175ème anniversaire de notre pays et le 25ème anniversaire de notre fédéralisme. Tout au long de 2005 des manifestations seront organisées pour célébrer ces événements. Elles seront résolument tournées vers l’avenir, et notre « mieux vivre ensemble. »

Je pense notamment aux fêtes populaires qui entoureront le 21 juillet, aux échanges entre écoles du Nord et du Sud du pays, aux manifestions sportives, aux expositions culturelles.

Il y aura aussi le Congrès international sur le fédéralisme. Il se tiendra dans le courant du prochain trimestre et il nous permettra d’échanger nos propres expériences avec celles d’autres pays. Une exposition « Made in Belgium » rappellera quelques grands moments de notre histoire. La musique et la littérature occuperont, elles aussi, une place de choix dans ces célébrations.

Je songe également à l’ouverture, place des Palais, d’un musée consacré à l’histoire de la Belgique, ainsi qu’à la commémoration du centenaire de la naissance de la Reine Astrid.

Mais ces fêtes et commémorations ne seront pas seulement l’occasion de nous pencher sur notre passé. Elles nous aideront aussi à réfléchir à l’avenir, à nous interroger sur la vocation spécifique de notre pays dans le monde d’aujourd’hui.
Je suis convaincu, en effet, qu’il y a un message à partager. C’est celui de réellement faire vivre ensemble des cultures différentes au sein d’un même contexte politique.

Les nombreux conflits auxquels nous assistons dans le monde proviennent le plus souvent du rejet de l’identité ethnique ou religieuse ou culturelle d’une composante de la population.
Il en résulte qu’un des grands défis de notre temps consiste à réaliser une vie harmonieuse entre des populations différentes, dans le respect de l’identité propre à chacune d’elles, et convaincus du fait que cette diversité d’identités constitue un enrichissement.
C’est précisément ce défi que notre pays s’attache à relever.

Il y a quelques mois, j’ai assisté à Bruxelles, à la présentation du rapport du Programme des Nations Unies pour le développement. Une partie importante de ce document était consacrée à la diversité culturelle. Il soulignait qu’en Belgique les identités multiples, communautaires, régionales, nationales et européennes sont vécues dans la grande majorité des cas comme étant complémentaires et non antagonistes.

L’harmonie de l’unité dans le respect de la différence, et le refus du repli identitaire, sont des messages que notre pays peut présenter à d’autres. Soyons conscients et fiers de cette vocation.

Fêter le 175ème anniversaire de la Belgique n’a pas seulement pour objectif d’évoquer un riche passé. Il est surtout une occasion de réfléchir à tous les progrès et à tous les espoirs que notre vie commune comporte.

C’est dans ce souci de cohésion nationale, d’ailleurs voulue par la majorité de notre population, que la Reine et moi et toute notre famille nous vous souhaitons à chacune et à chacun, d’heureuses fêtes de Noël, et une excellente nouvelle année.

Mit dieser Besorgtheit einer nationalen Bindekraft, der übrigens durch die Mehrzahl unserer Bevölkerung nachgestrebt wird, wünschen die Königin und ich, sowie unsere ganze Familie, ihnen allen ein gesegnetes Weihnachtsfest und ein frohes Neues Jahr.
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Upcoming event

February 1-3, 2005

The Greek president, Mr Stephanopoulos and his wife will pay a state visit to Belgium.

the entire Belgian royal family will participate in it.
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"BRUSSELS - Belgium's King Albert II has voiced solidarity with a company boss facing a death threat for defending an employee's right to wear an Islamic headscarf, in a case gripping the country, officials said Wednesday. The Belgian monarch will grant an audience next month to Rik Remmery, who runs a food processing firm in western Belgium, and his staff member Naima Amzil, the royal palace said.

Albert II "is following the case closely and is very impressed by the manager's decision not to give in to pressure," said the king's top aide cited by the Belga news agency.

At the end of November Remmery received a letter, signed by a group calling itself "New Free Flanders," demanding that he sack 31-year-old Amzil if she persisted in wearing a headscarf to work.

The letter accused him of being "a bad Belgian who collaborates with Muslims," and threatened both Remmery and his family. In response Amzil offered to take off her headscarf during working hours, and also said she could resign.

But her boss refused both options, and has been backed by a growing wave of support in Belgium's northern Flanders region, where the anti-immigrant Vlaams Belang group has backing from about a quarter of voters according to polls.

One employers' group has collected 17,000 signatures backing Remmery. "May your calm resolve become symbols of tolerance in Flanders," said the Unizo bosses' association..

Remmery and Amzil will be received by the Belgian monarch on January 12, the royal office said."


We salute Albert and his support in this case against ignorance.
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King Albert payed a visit to the crisis center of the Belgian Foreign Office, Thursday 30 December 2004, in Brussels. King Albert II paid a visit to the center gathering the phone calls of relatives and friends searching for victims of the tsunami waves that hit south eastern Asia.
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