In Belgium, a rally against COVID-restrictions was dispersed with water cannons and tear gas

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В Бельгии митинг против COVID-ограничений разогнали с помощью водометов и слезоточивого газа

В Бельгии митинг против COVID-ограничений разогнали с помощью водометов и слезоточивого газа

В Бельгии митинг против COVID-ограничений разогнали с помощью водометов и слезоточивого газа

Some of the participants came to Brussels from France, Germany and other countries to express their position.

Belgian police used water cannons and tear gas in an attempt to disperse demonstrators in Brussels who came to a rally against quarantine restrictions and vaccination.

This is reported by AR and Euronews.

According to the police, about 50 thousand people took part in the protests. The organizers themselves call the figure of 500 thousand participants. Some of them came from France, Germany and other countries to express their position.

The protesters shouted “Freedom” and got into a fight with the police. One video shows protesters dressed in black attacking a building used by the European Union’s diplomatic service.

The police used water cannons and tear gas to the crowd after the demonstrators ignored instructions transmitted through loudspeakers that the time for the demonstration was over and that they should leave.

Recall that in France, unvaccinated people cannot visit restaurants even with a COVID test.

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