Kurdish women in Duisburg send letters to the CPT demanding freedom for Öcalan

Kurdish women in Duisburg sent letters to the CPT saying that they "do not accept the aggravated isolation of our leader".

The letter campaign to the Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT), initiated by the European Kurdish Women's Movement (TJK-E) to demand freedom for Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan, continues in Germany.

Women gathered in front of the central post office in Duisburg to participate in the action promoted by the Martyr Asya Yüksel Women's Council and sent hundreds of letters to the CPT.

In their statement, the women said that they do not accept the aggravated isolation imposed on the leader of the Kurdish people and that they will fight for Abdullah Öcalan's freedom under all circumstances.

During the action, slogans such as "Jin Jiyan Azadî" and "Bijî Serok Apo" were chanted.