About Town: Saluting Slovakia, Saudi Arabia and the land we used to call Sinae

China, Saudi Arabia and Slovakia have all recently celebrated their national days.

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Chinese ambassador Liu Biwei (above) hosted a celebration that included music, dance and face masks on September 22.

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The guests of Saudi Arabia’s charge d’affaires Hamad Abdulla S Khudair on September 23 included Egyptian ambassador Salwa Moufid, Bangladeshi ambassador Muhammad Abdul Muhit, Indian ambassador Rajev Shahare, [Khudair], and Macedonia ambassador Naim Memeti, Albanian ambassador Kastriot Robo, South Korean ambassador Young-sam Ma.

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While among the guests at Slovakian ambassador Boris Gandel’s residence in Hellerup on September 8 were the new Belgian ambassador Leo Peeters and Swedish ambassador Frederik Jørgensen.

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