High security measures will be taken for the NATO summit to be held in Brussels on March 24, APA reports quoting lesoir.be.
Traffic will be restricted in the Belgian capital during the three days of the NATO-EU summit.
Parking will be banned for three days in the NATO building, the US embassy and the European district. On March 23, all types of vehicles will be banned around the US embassy and on March 24 around the NATO building.
Due to the movement of delegations, some roads will be closed without prior notice.
International events will also affect public transport. Some bus routes will be changed. Tram lines close to the venues will be closed.