In Belgrade, the correspondent of RIA Novosti news Agency came under tear gas

The correspondent of RIA Novosti Oleg Ivanov came under tear gas that the police of Serbia used to disperse protesters in the center of Belgrade.

Protesters gathered outside the Parliament building. From the crowd, the police flew stones, bottles and firecrackers. The police used tear gas. The dose received by both journalists and protesters, and police. As the correspondent of RIA Novosti, now it feels OK.

Protesters used against law enforcement officers stones and fireworks. Police introduces additional forces.

Now the steps of Parliament a lot of breaks stun grenades, the smoke from the fire, screaming. Police with shields descended on the square, protesters continue to pelt them with stones and other objects.

Before the police a few hours standing motionless, not responding to provocation, and defended the entrance to the Parliament.

In Belgrade the fourth evening in a row are massive anti-government protests. The protesters are demanding, in particular, the President's resignation and protest against government plans to toughen measures against the spread of coronavirus.