Maelbeek metro station reopened when 32 died

The Maelbeek metro station, where 32 people died, was reopened: the Maelbeek metro station, near the European Union institutions that targeted terrorist attacks in Brussels, the capital of Belgium, was reopened after a month.

It was seen that the traces of the attacks were completely erased at the station, which resumed service in the early hours of the morning. Brussels metro sözcüSü An Van Hamme said, “There was no problem with the building. There were a few jobs to be completed. " said.

Part of the platform of the renewed station's walls were painted. On the first day, a board was put into the entrance of the station, where the little passenger used, to which the public could write their thoughts on the attacks and the victims.

With the re-opening of the Maelbeek metro station, the metro service, which was interrupted after the attacks on March 22, became fully operational.

In addition to the Maelbeek metro station, the Brussels airport had been the target of suicide attacks on the same day. Da'ish claimed responsibility for the attacks on which 32 was injured.

Brussels airport is also scheduled to reopen 12 days after the attacks.

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