Internationalists' march for Öcalan continues

Internationalists who have joined the march demanding freedom for Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan performed songs and danced in Metz, where they stayed on the second day of the march.

Internationalists from all over the world launched a long march in Luxembourg on 10 February  demanding freedom of Öcalan and protesting isolation against the Kurdish people's leader.

The march, which is attended by 120 internationalists from Latin America, Spain, Italy, France, Scandinavian countries, Iran, South Africa, Canada, Ecuador, Canary Islands and Australia, continued in Metz on its third day.

The activists spent Wednesday night in Metz. The group performed songs and dances. 

A song called "Kurdistan", sang in Spanish, attracted great attention. 

A Catalan group an activist named Miguel singing a rap song were also performing.

The activists also performed Kurdish dances following the music of artist Simar.

Internationalists will complete their five-day march in Strasbourg on 14 February.