Kurds march in Nicosia against Turkish invasion attacks on South Kurdistan

Kurds organized a march in Nicosia, Cyprus, to protest the Turkish state's invasion attacks on South Kurdistan and the KDP's stance.

The invasion attacks of the Turkish state against South Kurdistan were protested in Nicosia, Cyprus. Activists sent letters to the UN demanding freedom for Abdullah Öcalan and opened a solidarity stand where books by Öcalan on the Democratic confederalism paradigm were presented and distributed.
The stand was decorated with YPG, YPJ, PKK flags and photos of Kurdish people's leader Abdullah Öcalan.

Kurds and their friends marched from Freedom Square to the border gate in the Lidra Palas region, which is under Turkish state occupation.
Kurds, who came together at the border crossing, often chanted slogans such as "Down with fascism", "Down with the invading Turkish Republic", "Biji Serok Apo", "Kurdistan will be a graveyard for fascism".
A statement was read in the action and then Kurdish politician Lezgin Serhat made a speech, saying that the collaborative and betrayal line of the KDP is unfortunately nothing new.