Charles Michel on Brexit: “To make decisions for two we must be clear to each-other”

Charles Michel on Brexit: “To make decisions for two we must be clear to each-other”

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel on Friday urged the United Kingdom to be clearer in the solutions it proposes to settle its exit from the EU, following the Leave vote in the referendum in June 2016 on Brexit.

Brussels City Council will open a migrant reception centre on Monday

Brussels City Council will open a migrant reception centre on Monday

On Monday, Brussels City Council will open a migrant reception and orientation centre, announced Karine Lalieux (PS).

Princess Astrid accompanies 200 Belgian companies on the Ivory Coast

Princess Astrid accompanies 200 Belgian companies on the Ivory Coast

On Sunday morning, Princess Astrid will accompany a Belgian trade delegation to the Ivory Coast.

Agreement on the rights of expatriate citizens “particularly urgent”

Agreement on the rights of expatriate citizens “particularly urgent”

The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, considers that it is “particularly urgent” to reach agreement on British and European citizens’ rights post-Brexit.

New provisions oscillate between tolerance and zero tolerance for cannabis

New provisions oscillate between tolerance and zero tolerance for cannabis

The Minister of Justice, Koen Geens, justified through legal requirements the federal government legislating upon cannabis possession.

Journalist succeeds in penetrating largest arms depot in Belgium

Journalist succeeds in penetrating largest arms depot in Belgium

The VTM journalist, Faroek Özgünes, was able to enter the proof house for firearms in Liège unhindered.

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