Day 2 of Long March for Öcalan in Germany

The traditional long march staged in Europe every year to demand freedom for Kurdish People’s Leader Abdullah Öcalan is held in Germany this year.

Around 120 Kurdish and internationalist young activists are taking part in a five-day march from Bonn to Cologne demanding freedom for Kurdish People’s Leader Abdullah Öcalan. The march is held under the motto “Together with Rêber Apo destroy colonialism”.

The activists yesterday reached the Troisdorf city from where they have started the second stage of march this morning.

Defying the continued obstructions by the German police, the activists are singing songs and marches of resistance and chanting slogans for Öcalan’s freedom in Kurdish and German.

The participants, who are expected to reach Cologne Cathedral this afternoon, called for strong participation in the rally be held in front of the cathedral at 16:00 today.