PM Michel condemns violence near Turkish Consulate
The Belgium Prime minister Charles Michel “condemned firmly” the violence erupted next to the Turkish Consulate in Brussels. The government has “zero” tolerance to violence related to Turkish referendum.
After three kurdish votes were stabbed, the police has separated the conflicting groups of supporters and opponents of the president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. At the moment the neighbourhood of the Consulate – the ‘European quarters’ close to the European Parliament – is patrolled by riot police with dogs. Reportedly the kurdish groups are still engaged in peaceful protests next to the Consulate.
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