(Brussels) “We must pay tribute to the victims in the capital of Europe. We must commemorate the European citizens who were victims of these attacks. This is a tribute to all the victims of terrorism. I wanted to start my time as President with this symbolic act”, said David Sassoli, the newly elected president of the European Parliament, who paid tribute to all the victims of terrorism in Europe, as his first public act as president. “We – he went on to say – have to unite in our fight against terrorism and we must remain resolute in this fight”. The ceremony, during which Mr Sassoli laid a wreath of flowers, was held at the entrance of Maalbeek metro station, in Brussels, one of the places where the attacks of 22 March 2016 took place.