The 'Stop the Reception Crisis' collective posted an open letter to the offices of Prime Minister Alexander De Croo and State Secretary for Asylum and Migration Nicole De Moor on Wednesday.
The activists are seeking answers for the Federal Government's failure to provide shelter for asylum seekers in Belgium.
The collective has been occupying a squat next to the headquarters of De Moor's CD&V party. In their letter, they wrote: "You have never spoken to us despite us being neighbours to your party's offices. So it is time: let us meet."
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At around 14:00 on Wednesday, 30 asylum seekers and activists headed to the CD&V's headquarters, ringing the party's doorbell, but with no response.
The group then left for the Prime Minister's offices, where campaigning is prohibited. Their letter was nevertheless received by one of De Croo's officials.
The collective finished at De Moor's cabinet, before warning both politicians that "in the absence of a response, weekly action will be taken."