Belgian PM: Fight against terrorism not war between West and Islam

BRUSSELS, May 22 (KUNA) — Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel stressed Sunday that his country will win the fight against terrorism.
“This is not a war between the West and Islam,” he said in a speech made at the remembrance ceremony for the victims of the 22 March terrorist attacks in Brussels.
“I will do everything to stop the terrorists. This is a difficult fight. A fight that will take time but I am confident that we will win,” he added.
On his part, King Phillipe of Belgium in a brief speech said “we must react to the ordeal that we have experienced.” “Let us be aware of our strength, correct our weaknesses commit each according to our responsibilities and together to creating a better world,” he added.
Members of the Belgian Government, the Royal Family, Belgian parliamentarians joined the relatives of those that died in a remembrance ceremony for the victims of the 22nd March who their lives in the terrorist attacks at Brussels airport and Maalbeek metro station.
The ceremony was held at the Royal Palace in Brussels. The names of the 32 victims were read and individual flowers were laid for them. (end) nk.nfm

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