The management of the Zaventem airport in Brussels to partially resume flights after two explosions were postponed due to the strike of the police, dissatisfied with the accepted security measures, informs bi-Bi-si.
“We are on strike because of what happened on 22 March. We can’t continue [to work] as if this day wasn’t”, — said the President of the largest police Union Belgium Vincent Gilles.
He noted that police believe the measures adopted by the airport, “insufficient for those who work in it and use it”. The airport management, however, insists that the law enforcement test will create the queue and will lead to new risks.
Earlier, the airport authorities announced a partial resumption of work. It is reported that in the air Harbor open time zones check, noting at the same time that the airport will be able to work only 20% of its capacity.
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