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First Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Minister for Climate and Energy Policy and party leader Rob Jetten casts his vote for the European elections in a polling station, in Ubbergen.
First Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Minister for Climate and Energy Policy and party leader Rob Jetten casts his vote for the European elections in a polling station, in Ubbergen.Photo: Getty/ANP/AFP via Getty Images/ANP/AFP via Getty Images/NTB scanpix
Published 6 June 2024, 13:47Updated 10 June 2024, 09:42