The police have dispersed the riots that broke out in Belgium on Friday, using water cannons and tear gas.
Earlier in the day, reports stated that the groups of "yellow jacket" demonstrators, protesting against high taxes and living costs, have already disrupted traffic in Brussels.
"In connection with the rally of ‘yellow vests,’ the Rue de la Loi street (the small ring), tunnels Loi (toward the city centre) and Cinquantenaire (toward the centre) are closed to traffic," the police of central Brussels said.
The city transport authorities also notified drivers about the disrupted traffic in the centre of the Belgian capital in light of a "spontaneous demonstration."
Local law enforcement is closely monitoring the situation, police water cannon trucks have been parked close to the site of the unrest.
Prime Minister Charles Michel has responded to the incident by saying that he wanted to negotiate with the leaders of the protest movement.
Участники протестов против повышения цен на топливо, получившие название "жёлтые жилеты", пытаются блокировать улицы в центре Брюсселя. pic.twitter.com/ZkaBr5ndB4— Мировые РИА Новости (@RIA_Worldnews) 30 ноября 2018 г.
Roads have also been blocked near the city of Charleroi, 60 kilometres south of Brussels.