TCŞ members in Strasbourg protest arrests of activists in front of OPCW

TCŞ members living in Strasbourg protested the Dutch police's attack on the demonstrators in front of the OPCW in Den Haag on Friday.

Members of the Kurdish Revolutionary Youth Movement (Tevgera Ciwanên Şoreşger, TCŞ), who came together at the central train station in Strasbourg, with the slogan ‘We will take to the streets to respond to the attacks of the police’, expressed their solidarity with the 55 revolutionary Kurdish young people who were detained while protesting in front of the OPCW (Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons). The OPCW remains silent about the use of chemical weapons by the Turkish state.

Protesting the aggressive attitude of the Dutch police and the attacks of the Turkish state, the young activists unfurled a photo of Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan and banners from the TCŞ, along with a banner reading "Werin Cenga Azadiyê".

The young activists said that they will continue to protest until the 55 comrades detained in the Netherlands are released.