Women in Scandinavian countries send letters to CPT demanding freedom for Abdullah Öcalan

The international letter campaign led by the European Kurdish Women's Movement (TJK-E) continues in several European countries. Women are demanding freedom for Kurdish People's Leader Abdullah Öcalan.

Within the scope of the campaign, hundreds of signed letters collected in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland were sent to the Committee for the Prevention of Torture (CPT).

A joint statement made on behalf of the Kurdish women's councils, communes and initiatives in the various Scandinavian countries emphasized that isolation is unacceptable.

The statement also said that the fight for Abdullah Öcalan's freedom would be intensified in every field and called on the international institutions to fulfill their responsibilities.