Belgium suggests EU should suspend all flights with Brazil

The Belgian Prime Minister, Alexander de Croo, said that his government is in talks with the Netherlands and Germany to adopt the same position as the French.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - On Wednesday, March 14, Belgium requested coordinated action from the European Union (EU) to suspend the flow of flights with Brazil, which is facing its worst moment in the Covid-19 pandemic and has exceeded 360,000 deaths due to the infection, according to data from the National Council of Health Secretaries.

The request was made after France interrupted until "second-order" flights to or from the Brazilian territory to avoid . . .

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