Danish students given graduation reception at Embassy
A handful of European School students in the Danish section celebrated their graduation at a special reception at the Danish Embassy to Luxembourg at the weekend.
The Danish Embassy, which will close this year, opened its doors to the youngsters after they received their diplomas.
The embassy was also the first stop on a bus tour for families visiting the graduates. Traditionally, the tour was done by horse and carriage but today is replaced by a bus.
“We wish the graduates the best of luck for the future!” said Danish Ambassador to Luxembourg Louise Bang Jespersen.
The Danish Embassy to Luxembourg will close from August 1, 2014. Consular services will still be offered in Luxembourg, for example for emergency/temporary passports, as well as passports for children under the age of 12 and expat voting.
The Danish Embassy to Brussels will take over visa services, residence permits and related services, as well as translations and certificates.
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