‘No rush’ to bring 5G network to Brussels, says Environment Minister

Thursday, 10 October 2019

Image: Maron wants more certainty about the impact the 5G waves have on the health of the people living in Brussels. Credit: Wikicommons

The Brussels Minister for the Environment, Alain Maron, does not want to rush the launch of the 5G network in Brussels.

“Until now, Brussels Environment and the operators were unable to measure the 5G network objectively,” Maron said in the Environment Committee, reports Bruzz. “In any case, I will not take any further steps in this matter as long as Brussels Environment cannot offer me the necessary technical guarantees,” he added.

“The 5G network cannot be established in Brussels, or Belgium, for as long as the Federal government is not putting up the 5G licences for sale,” said Maron. “And as long as the licences are not for sale, there is no rush,” he added.

Read more: https://www.brusselstimes.com/brussels/72703/no-rush-to-bring-5g-network-to-brussels-says-environment-minister/