Supporters and opponents of Turkish leader Recep Tayip Erdogan clashed in the Belgian capital late on March 30. According to Le Soir, several people suffered knife wounds after a group of Turks attacked Kurds who approached the Turkish embassy; inside the diplomatic institution, there was a polling station where Turkish citizens voted at a referendum on broadening powers of the Turkish president.
The police managed to pull them apart. Several people who suffered injuries were taken to a hospital. The investigation is underway.
The Belgian government and personally Prime Minister Charles Michel decisively condemned the incident, marking that the government has zero tolerance to such clashes over the referendum.