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EU cybersecurity centre unlikely to be hosted in Belgium - report

Tuesday 9 June 2020 | 10:33 CET | News
The EU's new cybersecurity centre is unlikely to be in Belgium, due to the slow policymaking process and 5G roll-out as well as high-risk network suppliers, De Tijd reports. A recent meeting of telecom ministers to discuss the matter was critical of Belgium's candidacy to host the new institution, the paper said.

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