Long March in France continues on its fourth day

The Long March, which started in Paris on Monday demanding freedom for Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan and justice for Kurds, continues with various events and activities.

The Democratic Kurdish Council of France (CDK-F) and the Kurdish Women's Movement in France (TJK-F) are organising a 25-day-long march for the freedom of Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan from Paris to Strasbourg, where the European Union institutions are located. The march is taking place under the slogan "Freedom for Abdullah Öcalan, Justice for Kurds" as part of the international campaign "Freedom for Abdullah Öcalan, a Political Solution to the Kurdish Question", which was launched worldwide on 10 October 2023.

The march, which started on Monday, 22 January, continues on the 4th day in the city of Vannes.

The march started at 13:00 local time and continued until Gambetta at 16:00.

During the march, the activists distributed thousands of leaflets to the people in the neighbourhood. The activists also visited French tradesmen and institutions and presented information files on the conditions of Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan's isolation.

Throughout the march, the activists chanted slogans for the freedom of Abdullah Öcalan and made statements over loudspeakers to inform the French people on their route.

After the march, the activists and some of their Kurdish friends showed their enthusiasm and determination by dancing halay to Kurdish music in Gambtta Square.

Then, as in previous cities, postcards signed along the way were sent to Imrali, where Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan is held in absolute isolation.

Tomorrow's stage of the march will be held in Nantes, where a public meeting and a music concert will take place at 18:00.