Non-emergency number, 1722, dubbed ineffectiveThursday, 09 August 2018 16:36
The unions had raised the issue in January, pointing out that people were sometimes put on hold for as long as one hour during severe weather.
Home affairs minister Jan Jambon argued, however, that the new line is a success. “The aim of 1722 is to ease the pressure on 112 and it’s working,” he said. He admitted, however, that “the system can still be improved here and there.”
The Brussels Times
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