Once they entered the embassy, the group’s members gave out flyers explaining the reasons behind their action, protesting corruption in Mexico, human rights violations and the murders of students and dissident journalists.
Police arrived at the scene and removed the anarchists from the building, but there were no reports of arrests so far.
Protests have erupted in Mexico against an education reform, dealt by police with extreme violence, resulting to the death of numerous civilians. President Enrique Peña Nieto is fiercely criticized by human rights groups for abusing power.
— U (@kinimatini) June 29, 2016