brussels - Three hundred agents are deployed from Wednesday to monitor the Brussels school. Approximately two hundred others will be deployed to ensure security in the subway. That made the Belgian Minister of the Interior Jan Jambon Tuesday.
Since Saturday, the highest threat level in Brussels. In the Belgian capital were schools, shops, restaurants, museums and attractions such as the Atomium then closed to the public. Although Monday the threat level was not reduced, it has been decided to open the schools, universities and kindergartens again. And the subway will drive again.
It is not yet certain that Wednesday all metro stations will open.