Update: Police informs shortly after at nine o'clock, that the demonstration is dissolved. The participants have 'quietly abandoned' area.
They have chained themselves together with chains and refuses to move.
on Thursday morning to prevent a group of protesters transports with the pigs in to get into at Danish Crown's slaughterhouse in Ringsted, denmark.
According to the Middle - and West zealand Police, it is about 20 to 25 protesters stand with signs and banners in front of the slaughterhouse.
the Police underlines that, in spite of the demonstration is winding to drama.
"It is quiet and calm. So far, they will be allowed to stand there. We are running a dialogue-based efforts and talk with them about what they have going and trying to find out what they want."
It tells the communications officer Martin Bjerregaard from the Middle - and West zealand Police.
In a press release informs the protesters that the action's purpose among others is to focus on the industrial way of producing animals.
In the present times can the trucks with the animals enter the slaughterhouse, so the problem trying the slaughterhouse to find a solution.
"Our primary focus is on the demonstrators. There has not been any kind of force. There is no arrested. No one accused of a crime. We are trying to resolve the situation through dialogue," stresses Martin Bjerregaard.
the Demonstration began at about at four o'clock on Thursday morning, and police expect to the ends in short period of time.Updated Date: 19 December 2019, 12:00