17 Feb 2022 21:53 GMT
“For those who take part in illegal protests: if you want to leave on your own terms, it is time to do so,” the local police chief warned.
Steve Bell, the interim police chief in the Canadian capital Ottawa, announced Thursday that law enforcement will take action to disperse protesters who have been protesting in the city against the mandatory vaccination of truckers. Suggest Local media.
“We are strengthening our resources, developing concrete plans and preparing to take action. The action is immediateBell said. “For Participants in Illegal Struggles: If You Want to Leave on Your Own Terms, Now is the time to do it“, The local police chief warned.
At the same time, he explained that the police are currently engaged in security operations around the city center, including the Parliament Hill area. “There is Restricted access area It will include about 100 checkpoints and police presence to ensure that those trying to enter the protected area for illegal reasons such as participating in the protest will not be able to access the center, ”Bell explained.
According to Release This Thursday was released by the local police, who said only residents, workers or travelers are allowed to enter through the restricted access area for reasons other than protests.
“What can I say this weekend It will be very different Until the last three weekends, “he concluded.
The carriers will be called to the country’s capital on January 29th ‘Freedom Series’ It came into force on January 15 to peacefully oppose Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Canadian authorities’ decision to force truck drivers to be vaccinated.
Since then, the truckers and their supporters have continued to protest, spreading across the country, with protests in Toronto, Quebec, Vancouver and other cities.
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