Two environmental activists threw soup on the protective armored glass of the "Mona Lisa" painting in the Louvre Museum in Paris, justifying their move in particular by the desire to promote "the right to healthy and sustainable food."
Louvre Museum officials immediately evacuated the hall in which the Mona Lisa was displayed, and workers cleaned it.
This process was adopted by a group that aims to bring about a radical change in French society on the climate and social levels.
The group pointed out that throwing soup at the Mona Lisa constitutes the beginning of a civil resistance campaign, carrying a clear and beneficial demand for all, which is social security for sustainable food.
In recent months, a series of operations targeted works of art in several museums around the world.