Activists in Europe protest Turkish attacks against Kurds and silence of international governments
Activists in various European cities protested governments and institutions which are partners in the Turkish attacks with their silence and weapons support.
The invasion attacks carried out by the Turkish state were protested in many cities of Europe, including the capitals of Cyprus, the Netherlands, Greece and Italy.
The actions promoted by the French Kurdish Women's Movement (TJK-F), the French Democratic Kurdish Council (CDK-F) and Tevgera Ciwanên Şoreşger (TCŞ) against the Turkish state's attacks on Kurdistan continue.
Kurds living in Zurich have been on the streets almost every day since the beginning of the Turkish invasion attacks on Rojava.
The attacks carried out by the Turkish state against Rojava were protested in the Aarau region of Switzerland's Aargau Canton.
The Turkish state attacks against Rojava were protested in Wuppertal in front of the Hauptbahnhof.
The occupation attacks carried out by the Turkish state in Rojava were protested in Memmingen, in Germany's Baden-Württemberg state.
With the joint organization of the members of the Roman Kurdish Committee and the Berta Ecological Movement, an action against Turkish Airlines was carried out at the Fiumicino airport in Rome. The historical resistance in Rojava and Medya Defense Areas was hailed while the Turkish attacks were protested.
In Milan, Kurds and their friends held a protest in front of the Turkish Consulate to protest the attack and invasion attempt against Rojava.
In Nicosia, Cyprus, Kurds and their friends held a rally in front of the Russian and American Consulates to protest the invasion attacks of the fascist Turkish state against Rojava and Medya Defense Areas.
The attack on Rojava was protested in front of the Turkish Consulate in Amsterdam. Kurds and their friends have been protesting for three days in the Netherlands.
Hundreds of people who met at the Lavrio camp in Greece, attended the action promoted by the Athens Democratic Kurdish Cultural Center and TCŞ.