Internationalist march in Switzerland on day two

The internationalist march organized for the freedom of Kurdish leader Abdullah Öcalan resumed on its second day in the town of Morges in Lausanne.

The 'Internationalist Long March' launched in Geneva, Switzerland for the freedom of Öcalan, continues on its second day. On the first day, young internationalists walked 13 kilometres despite the cold weather and wind and made a press statement in front of the UN Geneva Office. Afterwards, they marched to the city of Versoix in Geneva. Returning to Geneva for accommodation, the activists started the second day in the town of Morges in Lausanne. The activists came together in the Parc de L'indépendance Square in the town of Morges in the morning and started to march at 10:00.

The activists wore black bands on their arms for those who have lost their lives in the earthquake in Kurdistan.

The march will end at the Place de Riponne Square, where the Treaty of Lausanne was signed.

More than 120 internationalist activists and many Kurdish people from Germany, Spain-Catalonia, Portugal, France, England, Switzerland, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Kenya, Ecuador, Mexico, Hungary, Austria, Brazil and India are participating in the march.