Paris assaults suspect Salah Abdeslam has showed up under the watchful eye of a French judge hours after his removal from Belgium.
His legal advisor said the 26-year-old French national had been set under formal examination for homicide and endeavored homicide of a terrorist nature.
Salah Abdeslam is thought to have assumed a key part in arranging the Paris assaults and transporting the aggressors.
He was captured in a 18 March assault in Brussels following four months on the run.
The co-ordinated assaults completed by alleged Islamic State in Paris on 13 November asserted 130 lives and left handfuls all the more seriously injured.
Belgium’s government prosecutor said Salah Abdeslam had been “surrendered to the French powers today (in execution of the European Arrest Warrant issued by France on 19 March 2016)”.
Until his next appearance in court on 20 May he will be kept in authority at Fleury-Merogis, Europe’s greatest correctional facility a short separation south of the capital where two other Islamist activists served sentenced before partaking in the January 2015 assaults on Paris.