Belgium-minute silence for victims of Liège

LIEGE – In a variety of locations in Belgium is Wednesday at 13.00 pm, a minute of silence be observed out of respect for the two agents and the student, who on Tuesday were shot dead in Liege. Police forces, politicians, administrators and citizens in cities such as Antwerp, Brussels and, of course, Liège commemorated the victims.

On the Espace Tivoli in the centre of Liege, shaking prime minister, Charles Michel, Interior minister Jan Jambon and the Walloon prime minister Willy Borsus the hands of members of the affected police force. Many attendees carried a banner in the colors of the Belgian flag. ,,Words fail,’ said Ham after the book, in Liege had signed.

Many public buildings hanging the flag at half mast. At the Antwerp city hall is that until Sunday the case. Also the employees of Europol in The Hague, stopped at the three victims.

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