(ANSA) – BRUSSELS, February 14 – Between 100 and 200 protesters gather in Brussels near Saint Catherine Square, as part of the self-proclaimed “Freedom Caravan” protests against measures to contain the epidemic from Covid, after a resumption on social networks of the movement towards the center of the capital By foot. This was reported by the Belgian agency, explaining that the demonstrators were surrounded and divided into two groups by the Brussels police riot police, who prevented them from advancing towards the center.
The police intervention also aims to protect the entrances to the subway from that point. Other small groups of “Convoglio” move around town on foot, with a meeting point in Cinquantenaire Park, with a few dozen protesters. Another hundred people were reported between the park and the Schumann area, where European institutions are located.
Obstacles to filtering entrances along the main arteries to the Belgian capital erected since this morning remain in place and continue to direct demonstration vehicles towards the Heysel car park where a ‘stationary’ demonstration is allowed. (Dealing).
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