It's one of the consequences of the attack on two policewomen in Charleroi. Some police stations that don't have enough security have decided to close their doors to the public. It is no longer possible to go there spontaneously. This is particularly the case in the police zone of Hesbaye.
At the gates of the Donceel police station in the province of Liège, the doors are closed. Citizens are invited to go to the central police station. Following the terrorist attack on policewomen in Charleroi, no less than 7 police stations out of nine in the zone are no longer accessible to the public.Source
Recently, a Hungarian government minister said he had had to run for his life when he took a wrong turn in Brussels.
The head of the Hungarian diplomatic service Péter Szijjártó was invited by the website Index to review international affairs and discuss his country's foreign relations.
In the course of this long interview, the minister in Viktor Orban's government shared an anecdote about our good old capital city. A city that he is regularly called on to visit due to his ministerial portfolio. In September 2014, the 37-year-old minister had a big fright when he was walking through the streets of Brussels.
"If you get lost in Brussels, making a mistake by only two streets, you sometimes need to run for your life. It's not an exaggeration, I was in this situation," recalled Szijjártó, who didn't consider it useful to specify the exact circumstances of this incident.Source