NAV-BEL calls for participation in The Hague march on Friday

NAV-BEL called for participation in The Hague march on Friday and confirmed that the event in Belgium was suspended due to coronavirus restrictions.

NAV-BEL co-chair announced that the anniversary celebration of the PKK was postponed to a later date due to the coronavirus restrictions.

In a written statement, NAV-BEL said: "We are experiencing the greatest revolution that the history of humanity has ever seen. The Kurdistan revolution was born and sprouted in the Middle East like a sun on the basis of President Öcalan's thoughts. Our revolution has a universal perspective that can be an answer to all the crises humanity is experiencing today."

The statement added: "The PKK is a light in the darkness and the hope of an egalitarian, free and beautiful life for humanity and women today. Happy 43rd anniversary of the PKK to all our people and humanity."

Call to attend march in The Hague

The statement also added: "Due to the restriction measures taken by the Belgian government to counter the increase in coronavirus cases, the celebration in Belgium has been banned as all events in closed areas. Our party event, which was planned for Saturday 4 December at Archoot, has been postponed to a later date. We will share the new date when available.

For this reason, we invite all our people to attend the central The Hague march, which will be held on Friday at noon."