Valls Visits Brussels Amid French-Belgian Bickering on TerrorBy
Sapin criticizes Belgians for being `naive' in face of threat
Reynders says France, Belgium must look issue in face together
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls laid a wreath with his Belgian counterpart, Charles Michel, in Brussels to pay respect to the victims of Europe’s most recent terrorist attack, in a ceremony that belied increasing tension beneath the surface between their two governments on how to deal with the threat of terrorism.
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