Killed in Brussels, the bomber worked as a janitor at the European Parliament

The suspects in the explosions in the frame of a surveillance camera in the airport of Brussels

One of the suicide bombers responsible for the terrorist attacks in Brussels on 22 March, in a short time he worked as a janitor at the European Parliament. About this Reuters said the spokesman of the European Parliament and close by the Beam of Giot.

He said that in 2009 and 2010 “one of the perpetrators of the terrorist attacks in Brussels worked for one month on a cleaning company, which at the time had a contract with the European Parliament”. In this case, the Beam Giot not specified, about whom exactly there is a speech. He noted that during his work in the European Parliament, a terrorist has no criminal record.

At the same time, an unnamed European official in an interview with the Agency clarified that we are talking about 25-year-old Belgian is Najima Masrawi. According to prosecutors, he blew himself up in the building of Brussels airport. He also is suspected of involvement in the terrorist attacks in Paris in November 2015.

In Brussels on 22 March there was a series of explosions: two explosions have thundered in the capital airport, and one at the metro station “Maelbeek”. The victims were 32 people, another 340 were injured.

Responsibility for attack was assumed grouping “Islamic state” (prohibited in Russia).

Now established the names of three terrorists. According to investigators, the terrorist attack at the airport arranged explosion Brahim al-Basrawi and Lasref. The metro blast, according to authorities, he had a brother Brahim al-Khalid Batrawi. It was reported that, according to the police the police, the terrorists had another accomplice who managed to escape.

On 26 March, the Greek authorities raided the apartment in Athens, which is home to one of the organizers of the attacks in Paris. There was found on the computer and the flash drive contained a map of the airport of Brussels, where there was a terrorist attack.