BRUSSELS - " A new chapter has come for Europe: that of an anonymous foe who is willing to blow themselves up. " So says the Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel Saturday in an interview with The News, in which he looks back for the first time on the attacks in Paris and the increased terror threat in Belgium.
The prime minister called the moment he heard of the threat in Belgium the most difficult moment of his career. But he indicates that we will have to adapt to an ongoing terrorist threat in Europe. " We must return as soon as possible to a normal life. But it is my personal belief that a 'normal' life will look different in the future. We must learn to live with more control of baggage, identity and other safety measures. "