PARIS: French Prime Minister Manuel Walls has said that the country is at risk of chemical or biological attacks, while Belgium Prime Minister Charles Michael has announced to allocate 40 crore dollars for security as well as to close unregistered mosques.
Addressing the Parliament in Paris, French Prime Minister said that people and security agnecies will have to remain alert from chemical or biological attacks of ISIS. Manuel Walls said that once again terrorists wanted to target France of terrorism. The lower House of French Parliament has approved extension of bill of emergency by three months with full majority.
Meanwhile, addressing the Parliament, Belgium Prime Minister said that security has been beefed-up in the country after Paris attacks. He said that 40 crore dollars have been allocated for national security. Charles Michael said that unregistered mosques in Belgium will be closed, while the Imams spreading extremism will be fully monitored and they will have to wear electronic bracelets, while the place for militants coming from Syria will be jail.