It was the security guards who saw when it happened, " says Eva Nilsson, the police presstalesperson.
sprejat ”No need to panic” in large, white letters. During the Friday morning sent Greenpeace issued a press release where they take on the responsibility.
"We wanted to draw the attention of our politicians have become bogged down in the climate change issue, which should lead to panic when thinking on the climate crisis that we face," says Rolf Lindahl, the campaign's manager at Greenpeace.
the Action was performed, by reason of a climate debate which will be held in the parliament during the day. The debate is based on Klimatrådets annual report which shows that Sweden needs to take further action to achieve the climate target that does not have any net emissions of greenhouse gases by the year 2045.
for vandalism and will be interviewed during the day.
" When politicians do not take responsibility so it is fair that they are being challenged by civil disobedience. We carry out only peaceful actions and take responsibility for our actions, " says Rolf Lindahl.
the Persons left the place by boat, but was later arrested at Riddarholmen. Some of the suspects are born in the 90s and one of the is in his mid-60s, according to police.