Turkish invasion protested in London, Sweden and Austria
Demonstrations were held on Friday in London, Gotemborg, Gavle and Vienna. Thousands of people said no to the Turkish state's invasion attacks in Northern and Eastern Syria.
Thousands took to the street for the third consecutive day in many European cities to say no to the Turkish invasion of Northern and Eastern Syria.
Kurds, socialists, Alevis, democratic people, women, youth and internationalists protested in Piccadily Circus Station against the Turkish invasion of Northern and Eastern Syria.
Promoted by the British Kurdish People's Assembly the demo reached the BBC building.
Oxford Circus was also closed to traffic as protests continued.
While the protests are taking place every day in London, the Action Committee is preparing a big action that will be held on Sunday and will start in front of the BBC at 1 pm.
A demonstration was held in Gotemborg. Kurdish politician Abdullah Konya said that the Turkish state since its establishment as been pursuing a policy of genocide against Kurdish and other nations.
The Kurdish people and their friends protested the Turkish state's invasion of Northern and Eastern Syria in Södermalm Square.
Painter and sculptor Seyvan Saidian from Rojhilat said that the Kurdish people showed strong resistance against the heavy attacks and bombings of the Turkish state. “We have a cruel enemy. But we have a tradition of organization and resistance."
Vaccin Batte, who made a speech on behalf of the families of martyrs, said that all Kurds should come together against the attack and invasion attempt in Rojava.
The action in Vienna was attended by thousands of people gathered in front of the Karlsplatz Opera.