Turkish Airlines counter blocked in Helsinki

Worldwide protests against Turkish military offensive seeking to invade North and East Syria continue increasingly.

The Turkish Airlines counter at the airport of Helsinki, Finland was blocked Tuesday morning in protest at the Turkish state’s war of aggression against the people of Rojava and Northeast Syria.

Kurds and their friends participated in action shouting slogans to stop the bloody war in Rojava and North and East Syria.

The demonstrators held banners with hashtags #Riseup4Rojava and #TurkkiUlosRojavasta (Turkey out of Rojava). Also they handed out flyers to inform people that 49% of Turkish Airlines was owned by the State in Turkey and that economically helps Turkey's dirty war and supporting jihadist groups in the Middle East.

The activists also asked people to use different companies than Turkish Airlines. Some of passengers understood the situation and thanked protesters for their peaceful action.