Freedom March from Paris to Strasbourg will reach the city of Metz today

The Freedom March from Paris to Strasbourg left the city of Nancy to reach the city of Metz today, the 24th day of the action.

The march to demand freedom for Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan, which started 24 days ago in Paris, will reach Metz today.

On Tuesday, the activists' march was accompanied by many Kurdish people as well as Kurdish friends. The crowd traveled for kilometers along European Boulevard, before ending the day in front of Nancy station.

Activists informed the crowd about the 25-year-old captivity of Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan in Imrali.

Activists said: "Our call is to all the patriotic Kurdish people. As it is known, our leader has been held captive for 25 years. There has been no news from him for the last 3 years. The Kurdish people do not accept this isolation imposed on their leader. For this reason, we are marching to Strasbourg. We will then, on 17 February, join the central march for freedom in Cologne. Only in this way can we give a message to both the Turkish invaders and the whole world. The Cologne march will call for Leader Apo's freedom. We will continue to be in the streets, we will not sit still until our president is liberated. This is a social, conscientious and moral duty."