Activists in Rome protest Turkish attacks on South Kurdistan and the isolation imposed on Öcalan
The Turkish state's invasion attacks and the isolation against Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan were protested in Rome.
The Turkish state's invasion attacks against South Kurdistan and the isolation imposed on Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan were protested with a series of action in Rome.
The first action was held in the morning in Piazza Gentile da Fabriano.
The action was held right next to the stadium where Turkey and Italy were playing for the European Cup. Activists carried photos of Abdullah Öcalan and chanted slogans.
A second action was held in the afternoon in the city centre and leaflets were handed out to people.
Activists also held a rally in front of the UN representation protesting the silence of the institution on the massacres of the Kurdish people carried out by the Turkish state, its attacks against the guerrilla and its use of chemical weapons.