Protests against Turkish invasion in Graz, Parma and Kassel
The invasion and genocide attacks of the Turkish state against NorthEeast Syria were protested with actions organized in Graz, Austria, Parma and Kassel.
The reactions of the Turkish state to the invasion and genocide attacks in North East Syria continue around Europe.
Kurds and their friends gathered in HBF, main train station, in Graz, Austria, to protest the Turkish state invasion of North East Syria.
From Austria to Italy. Protests were organised in the city of Parma and surrounding towns.
Parma's La Paz football club opened a banner with a message of solidarity with Rojava.
Another action was held in front of the municipality in Fidenza. Hundreds of people joined the action and demanded the European Union to take action.
A protest was also held in Konigsplatz in Kassel. Photographs of those who lost their lives in the attacks carried out by the Turkish state were carried by activists who demanded the withdrawal of Turkey.
After the protest, Kurds and their friends marched to the police station where the activists who were detained and held in Krauss-Maffei Wagmann arms factory were held.
The crowd stay outside the police station until the activists were released.