Palestinian school financed by Belgium named after terroristTuesday, 10 October 2017 19:57
The name change has not found favour with the Belgian authorities. The cabinets of ministers Reynders and DeCroo (Foreign Affairs and Development Cooperation, respectively) recalled that “the Government unequivocally condemns any homage to (authors of) terrorist attacks”.
The Foreign Ministry has contacted the Palestinian Authority and is waiting for “a formal reaction”. In the meantime, projects totaling three million euros have been suspended.
The Brussels Times
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