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France: 'French Convoy' leaves Toulouse towards Brussels ahead of rally against vaccine mandate02:30

France: 'French Convoy' leaves Toulouse towards Brussels ahead of rally against vaccine mandate

France, Toulouse
February 10, 2022 at 15:55 GMT +00:00 · Published

Dozens of participants of the so-called 'French Convoy' going to Brussels met in Toulouse before their departure on Thursday. The participants are part of a rally throughout the European Union to lead to a massive rally in the Belgian capital against the vaccine mandate and measures against COVID-19.

"We are here to go until Brussels, as far as possible to be all together, all Europeans together at the destination," said one protester at the rally.

"It is true that all the measures that are taken, particularly in France are absolutely scandalous," said another convoy participant Richard.

Police officers were controlling cars as they left towards Paris and Brussels with banners and flags. Many supporters were also present, greeting new arrivals and displaying banners in favour of the movement.

France: 'French Convoy' leaves Toulouse towards Brussels ahead of rally against vaccine mandate02:30
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Dozens of participants of the so-called 'French Convoy' going to Brussels met in Toulouse before their departure on Thursday. The participants are part of a rally throughout the European Union to lead to a massive rally in the Belgian capital against the vaccine mandate and measures against COVID-19.

"We are here to go until Brussels, as far as possible to be all together, all Europeans together at the destination," said one protester at the rally.

"It is true that all the measures that are taken, particularly in France are absolutely scandalous," said another convoy participant Richard.

Police officers were controlling cars as they left towards Paris and Brussels with banners and flags. Many supporters were also present, greeting new arrivals and displaying banners in favour of the movement.