Kurds in Europe take to the streets against Turkish attacks
The Turkish state's invasion and genocide attacks were protested by demonstrations in the German cities of Hanover, Frankfurt, Kiel, Heilbronn, as well as in the Swedish city of Borlänge and the French city of Marseille.
Kurds protested the attacks carried out by the Turkish state in many European cities.
In order to draw attention to the isolation imposed on Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan in Hanover, a 3-day tent action was carried out.
Ronahi Women's Council run the first day of the tent action.
In Frankfurt, the Iraqi state and the AKP / MHP government were protested before the Consulate General of Iraq.
Canbaşh Rostemi made a speech on behalf of DKTM and Zagros Platform in the action organized by FCDK-KAWA.
After the speech, activists delivered a file prepared for the Iraqi Consulate General regarding the people who lost their lives in the attacks carried out by the Turkish state to South Kurdistan.
An action was organized to protest the occupying Turkish state in the city of Kiel.
In the speeches delivered in the action, the Turkish state's invasion attacks were protested and it was stated that the Kurdish people should resist these attacks.
Violence against women and the Turkish state invasion attacks were protested in the city of Heilbronn.
The women, who came together at Kiliansplatz, condemned the silence of Europe about the attacks of the Turkish state and called for the international community to act.
The attacks of the Turkish state were also protested in Borlänge, Sweden. The action was organized by the Borlänge council and its women's commission.
The attacks carried out by the Turkish state were condemned in the speeches.
A stand was opened in Marseille to draw attention to the isolation imposed on Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan.
Today, Thursday, is the second day of action. The stand was opened in front of the European Parliament representation.