During the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to the University of Amsterdam, law enforcement officers detained two demonstrators.
This is reported by NOS.
They ran outside after the president's arrival and shouted slogans in French, but did not approach Macron or King Willem-Alexander.
Security forces knocked the demonstrators to the ground and then took them away. Macron and Willem-Alexander continued to speak to each other during the incident.
It is not clear what exactly the detained man and woman shouted.
The French President is in the Netherlands on a two-day state visit. Macron will also visit the Vermeer exhibition at the State Museum today. An excursion is also planned.
On Tuesday evening, Macron was given a state banquet with the participation of the king.