Activists continue preparations for rally against PKK ban in Berlin
Final stage in preparations for a rally to be staged in Berlin on November 27 against the PKK ban in Germany.
The largest umbrella organization of the Kurdish Diaspora in Germany, KON-MED and Berlin Free Kurds Centre (NAV-Berlin) are completing the preparations for a rally to be staged in Berlin on November 27 against the PKK ban in Germany.
The march will start at 12:00 on November 27 at Hermannplatz under the motto “Germany-wide protest against fascism and oppression: lift the PKK ban”.
The KON-MED and its sister organization Berlin Free Kurds Centre (NAV-Berlin) have stepped up their activities for the upcoming march.
The activists paid visits to tradespeople in different districts of Berlin such as Wedding, Neukölln and Kreuzberg, and handed out leaflets. Announcements for the rally have also been delivered to mailboxes.
KON-MED co-chair Zübeyde Zümrüt and NAV-Berlin co-chair Hüseyin Yılmaz, explained the grievances caused by the PKK ban during their visits, emphasizing the importance of the rally on November 27.
The leaflets handed out during the visits included a call for participation in the rally.