quarta-feira, 23 de março de 2016

The monumental European solidarity after the attacks of Brussels

In Paris, four months after the attacks of November and in the face of the solidarity expressed by President François Hollande, the Eiffel Tower was one of the first monuments to light with the colours of the Belgian flag.

#Paris & #Bruxelles are United. Eiffel Tower glows in the colours of the Belgium. pic.twitter.com/Qj1LHbITRI

In Berlin, where German Chancellor Angela Merkel reaffirmed its determination to fight against the "enemies of freedom", the Brandenburg Gate lit up also with the Belgian national colors.

Berlin pays tribute to the victims of the attacks in #Brussels. pic.twitter.com/XQYH9nGD4f

In Rome, where Prime Minister Matteo Renzi called for a common security policy of the European Union, was the Trevi fountain that recalled the attacks of Brussels in black, yellow and red.

Fontana di Trevi. Rome remebers today's terrorist attack in #Bruxelles #Brussels pic.twitter.com/opDDB5SkGF

Too "European capital", the Commission building, hundreds of meters from one of Tuesday's attacks, also lit in the colours of the Belgian flag.

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