Police dispersed the protesters near the Parliament of Serbia
Protesters who tried to break into the building of the national Assembly (Parliament) in Belgrade, pushed out of the area and scattered around the nearby streets with the use of cavalry and armored cars, the correspondent of RIA Novosti from the event.
Earlier it was reported that the protesters attempted to break into the building of the Assembly of Serbia, the police responded with tear gas and stun grenades.
According to the correspondent of RIA Novosti, the police pushed back the protesters away from Parliament. In the district Museum of history, they stopped just in front of the banners (in the Museum exhibition "Kings and saints of Serbia"), on one of them, in particular, was a picture of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II. Stop the line the police are there, the townspeople applauded.
On Wednesday afternoon for a rally in front of the Assembly gathered several thousand people, dissatisfied with the restrictive measures because COVID-19 and policies of President Alexander Vucic.
The President of Serbia Aleksandar Vucic on Wednesday called night riots in Belgrade in connection with measures against COVID-19, gross political violence over the past few years, and pointed to the involvement of right-wing extremists, criminals and intelligence agencies from countries in the region.