The European Commission has asked employees not to leave their homes and offices in Brussels

The European Commission ordered the staff not to leave their homes and offices in Brussels, where today a series of explosions. About it reports L’echo.

Also this information was confirmed in his Twitter Vice-President of the EC staff, reports Reuters. The representative of the officials working in the European Parliament, told the Agency that the European Parliament is in normal mode.

The interlocutor of RBC familiar with the situation, confirmed that some employees of the EU institutions were advised to stay home.

A series of explosions occurred in Brussels on 22 March. In the morning two explosions thundered at the airport of Brussels, the victims of the attacks were at least 13 people. According to the TV channel VRT, the attack committed suicide bomber.

Later it became known that another explosion occurred in the subway at the station Maalbeek. The station is located in the neighborhood, where the various EU institutions.