According to a report by the Belgian news agency on January 5th local time, after the relevant pretrial proceedings, the Belgian judiciary decided to transfer 10 of the 13 suspects in the 2016 terrorist attack in Brussels to the Serious Crimes Court for trial, and the remaining 3 did not charge.
Among these 10 people, these include Salah Abdul-Salam, the only surviving terrorist suspect in the November 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris.
Although Salah was arrested before the terrorist attack in Brussels, he is still believed to be involved in the preparation of the Brussels terrorist attack.
On March 22, 2016, a terrorist attack occurred at Brussels International Airport and the Malbic subway station in the city.
In addition to the three suspects of suicide attacks, the terrorist attack also killed 32 people and injured 340.
It is understood that the trial of this case will be held after the trial of the serial terrorist attack in Paris.
December 11, 2020, the French side confirmed that the Paris serial terrorist attack will be heard at the Paris Special Serious Crimes Tribunal on September 8, 2021, which is expected to last until the end of March 2022.