Kurds in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium protested Turkish use of chemical weapons
Kurds from the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium pointed out that the silence of international institutions contributed to the Turkish state's use of chemical weapons against the Kurdish people.
Kurds living in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany came together and marched to the building of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in an action organized in front of the Dutch Parliament.
The statement of KCDK-E was read in front of the Dutch Parliament. "The Turkish state uses chemical weapons in its war against freedom guerrillas with the support of NATO and the silence of international institutions and forces."
The activists marched symbolically wearing chemical gas masks to the OPCW building.
KCDK-E co-chair Yüksel Koç, KNK member Tahir Kemalizade, politicians Hatip Dicle and Nursel Aydoğan, CIK President Ahmet Hafız Turhallı, NAV-YEK member Hacı Çelik, DGB representative Gürbüz Yoldaş delivered speeches in front of the OPCW.