The festival will cover 8,500 square metres and feature works from 295 florists.
"I am shocked that Norway is acting as a haven for Russian oil that is known to fund Putin's war," said Greenpeace Norway head Frode Pleym.
Running from 20 April until the end of the month, the festival will feature 339 short films in locations across Brussels.
Only 34 have been assigned a guardian, with total figures of unaccompanied children likely to be much higher.
The Health Committee will vote on a bill requiring Covid-19 vaccines for healthcare workers on Friday, and Vandenbroucke hopes a decision will be reached.
The Keukenhof Tulip Festival, one of the biggest flower parks in the world, will be open for visitors between 24 March and 15 May.
President Biden warned Russia of a "severe" Western response to chemical or biological weapons activity days before arriving in Brussels for NATO talks.
Though the Federal Government has already planned out a defence budget increase, De Croo believes more is needed after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Medical supplies such as surgical gloves, syringes and medicines will be delivered to Ukraine amid the Russian invasion.
Line 73 will connect Gare du Midi and Ceria as part of STIB's new bus plan, which aims to increase mobility and improve service quality.
Novavax is the fifth vaccine authorised in Belgium, preceded by Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Johnson&Johnson.
António Guterres, UN Secretary-General, condemned world leaders for not taking enough action after the publication of the most recent climate change report.
After thousands took to the streets of Brussels to protest energy prices, Energy Minister Tinne Van der Straeten will advocate a price cap.
The charity organisation will be holding its annual national food drive from 28 February to 31 March, where it hopes to meet increased demands for aid.
The cities of Brussels, Ghent and Liège all received middling scores concerning efforts to achieve zero-emission mobility, the Clean Cities Campaign found.
Member States now have the option to recognise rapid antigen tests if they are carried out by health professionals or qualified personnel.
Switzerland is following decisions made by European countries such as the Netherlands and will be dropping most Covid measures on 17 February.
This year was the festival's sixth edition and included new displays in the Flagey district as well as a light market in Brussels Park.
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