Watch .. the moment a young man was arrested who tried to storm Macron's convoy in the Netherlands


French social media platforms circulated a video clip showing the moment of arrest of a young man who tried to storm the convoy of President Emmanuel Macron, the moment he arrived at the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.

The accident occurred after the French president got out of a limousine he was traveling with Dutch King Willem-Alexander, and was received by the mayor of Amsterdam, Vimke Halsema.

The video clip showed a young man running towards Macron the moment he arrived at the university, chanting the famous song "We are here" by the yellow vest movement, which led mass protests against the French government years ago, before he was arrested by the security forces of the Presidential Guard.

"We are here, we are here, even if Macron does not want it, we are here, for the honor of the workers and for a better world, even if Macron does not want it, we are here," the song's lyrics read.

And French media reported, quoting the Dutch police, that two demonstrators – a man and a woman – were arrested on charges of "disturbing public order and threatening", because they were running towards President Macron, and one of them was carrying a banner.

Macron arrived in the Netherlands on Wednesday, the first visit by a French president to the country in 23 years.

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