Campaign launched in Argentina against Turkish use of chemical weapons growing

The campaign launched by the Argentine Kurdistan and Solidarity Committees to protest Turkish use of chemical weapons against guerrilla troops is spreading.

The Argentinian Committee of Women in Solidarity with Kurdistan has launched a campaign to protest the chemical attacks of the Turkish state against the guerrilla troops and to hold Turkish officials accountable for their crimes in the face of new accusations of the use of chemical weapons by the Turkish state in the guerrilla-held Medya Defense Zones in southern Kurdistan (northern Iraq).

The first phase of the campaign, which started on November 1, aims to raise awareness and to urge internationally influential human rights organizations and institutions to take action. The first phase will last until November 30.

The Argentine Committee of Solidarity with Kurdish Women made a statement during yesterday’s rally held by Plazo De Mayo Mothers in Buenos Aires every Thursday.

At this week’s rally, various human rights institutions and activists protested the use of chemical weapons by the fascist Turkish state and stated that they would actively support the campaign.

The committee said that they expected several well-known institutions in the country to participate in the press conference to be held in the coming days.

The committee added that it would soon release a more comprehensive statement on the issue.

Organizers of the campaign announced that they would step up their activities in the coming days.