The Red Devils, who will face the French team on Tuesday night in the semi-finals of the World Cup football, “are a beautiful business card for Belgium,” said Prime Minister Charles Michel, interviewed in Morning First, on The First and BX1.
“I have confidence, and I am convinced that we can win,” continued the Prime Minister, according to which “Belgium is gathered behind a cause that puts aside all our differences and leaves the community issues in the fridge.”
“Abroad, we often have a more positive image of Belgium than we have of ourselves, here in the country. Our assets are recognized. We must take advantage of it,” added Charles Michel, for whom the country will be “the center of the world this week,” additionally because of the NATO summit scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday in Brussels. For this, “the police are mobilized and everything is done to keep the situation under control,” said the Prime Minister.