EHF Office, Brussels

Posted On 22nd March 2016

22nd March 2016: The EHF President, Marijke Fleuren has expressed her deep shock at the events unfolding in Brussels today. She added “Thankfully all our staff and colleagues are safe. My condolences to all of those who have been affected by these attacks, you are in my thoughts. We have been advised to close our offices for the time being, but all of our staff can be contacted via email, and your mail will be re-directed as appropriate.”

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