Long marches in Copenhagen, Marseille and Helsinki

The long march in Copenhagen ends today. Marches were also held in Marseille and Helsinki.

The 15 February international conspiracy against Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan continues to be protested with long marches in many European cities.


A two-day march was organised also in Copenhagen by the Democratic Kurdish Community Center (DTKM) and Sevê Women's Council.

The first day of the march started in front of the Glostrup train station. The first day walk ended at the central train station. The protesters will march from Herlev train station to Kultorvet square today, Sunday, and will end their action with a rally.


The three-day long march was launched on 13 January in Marseille. Kurds from Marseille, Bordeaux, Montpellier, Toulouse, Dragunyan, Lyon joined the march which started in front of the Municipality of Martigues.

At the rally held in Vieux Port square, speeches condemning the conspiracy and demanding freedom for Öcalan were delivered.


The long march was launched in Helsinki on 14 February. Kurds and friends joined the action condeming the conspiracy against Öcalan.