Monday, 24 March 2014

Our World Tuesday,that's My World, The Netherlands,

Credit: Nuclear Security Summit
The first Nuclear Security Summit was held in Washington, 2010.
Obama has a packed week ahead dealing with nuclear security, rallying European leaders to respond to Russia and even meeting with Pope Francis. And while his approval rating in the US was 48 percent in a Friday poll, he's starting his trip in a nation where that number is likely much higher: the Netherlands.
Today Obama arrived in Amsterdam to visit the Rijksmuseum ( National Museum in Amsterdam) Where he wanted to see some of the most famous paintings of the 17th century, like The Nightwatch by Rembrandt. Obama is the first American President who visits our capital in the capacity of President of the USA. 
After Amsterdam he went to The Hague to discuss the Nuclear Security Summit. 

Our World Tuesday: Where  bloggers share images of their world and tell us a little bit of the story about the place, and the events which take place overthere.



Ercotravels said...

Very Informative post.

Sylvia K said...

Thanks for the information, Wil! Great post for the day as always! Hope you have a beautiful week ahead!!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Honestly, I think I learned more about this Summit and our President's trip here than I have in the news. (We have a very poor newspaper here and I get too busy and impatient to look at TV news. I try to read the BBC and NPR news on my IPAd, but miss a lot I'm afraid.)

Fun60 said...

Not sure that the conference will resolve any issues but let's hope they make some progress.

carol l mckenna said...

Your 'Header' is beautiful ~ and very informative post for OWT ~ xxx

artmusedog and carol

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

are we ever going to have a nuclear free world. especially after the Tsunami in Japan.

Cloudia said...

History will know what the Netherlands and I know: Obama is a good man in an impossible job.

ALOHA from Honolulu

=^..^= <3

Dina said...

I watched the video of Obama meeting the Pope. Fun to watch how they interact.