Brussels: After the “heinous and horrible” terror attacks in Brussels that left at least 28 people dead, an Indian trade body based here expressed deep shock over the incident.
Europe India Chamber of Commerce secretary general Sunil Prasad said the “barbarity” was against humanity. “We condemn these attacks and the terrorists who carried out this heinous and horrible barbarity.”
Such a terrorist attack would have far-reaching geopolitical consequences for the entire Europe, he said.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Belgium to attend the EU-India Summit on March 30.
“We hope the security situation in Brussels will significantly improve and the Belgian authorities will take all necessary security measures for a successful visit of Modi,” Prasad added. (IANS)