According to that center, rescue operations in Liège province have practically ended and efforts are now focused on animal rescue and technical operations.
In the Wallonia region there are still problems in the electricity grid and in the water supply in the provinces of Luxembourg and Namur.
On the other hand, in Flanders the water level falls slowly in the province of Limburg.
The extent of the material damage caused is beginning to be known more precisely, which according to the mayors of different localities, will take years to be completely repaired.
The Belgian Prime Minister, Alexander De Croo, traveled this Saturday morning to Rochefort and Pepinster, in Wallonia, two of the most affected towns, accompanied by the president of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.