Borrel condemned the protesters who broke the windows in his office in Brussels

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The head of the European Diplomacy Borrel strongly condemned the pogroms in Brussels at the protests

Боррель осудил побивших стекла в его офисе в Брюсселе протестующих

Photo: @JosepBorrellF

The High Representative of the European Union (EU) for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrel, on his Twitter page strongly condemned the pogroms that took place in Brussels at protests against coronavirus measures, including broken windows in his office in the Belgian capital.

“I strongly condemn the senseless destruction and violence at the demonstrations in Brussels, including against our foreign service building,” the head of the European Diplomacy stressed.

Borrel also thanked the Brussels and federal police for their actions during the demonstrations.

On the streets of Brussels, protests were held against anti-weed measures. There were clashes between demonstrators and police officers. It was reported that water cannons and tear gas were used in the European quarter of the Belgian capital. According to the guards, up to ten people were detained.

On January 23, protesters called for the resignation of the government for violating the constitution. They voiced a petition with such a demand in the Fiftieth Anniversary Park at a rally that ended the march for freedom.

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