She is reportedly in a hospital for treatment for an unknown condition.
Earlier in the day, a foreign ministry official met with Patrick Englebert, deputy head of the Belgian mission, and requested that the ambassador’s wife swiftly comply with the police probe and resolve the matter with the victims, possibly through an apology, officials said.
Englebert reportedly conveyed the embassy’s stance that it will faithfully comply with the investigation after she is discharged from the hospital.
“We are working so that the Belgian Embassy can promptly and actively engage in the police investigation,’’ a ministry official said.(Yonhap/NAN)