This Year, We Will Liberate our Leader and Kurdistan

This Year, We Will Liberate our Leader and Kurdistan

February 15 marks the 22nd anniversary of the abduction of Abdullah Öcalan from the Greek embassy in Nairobi to solitary confinement on Imrali. In addition to Turkey, international powers such as the United States and its allies were directly involved in the PKK leader’s abduction.

In a statement on the occasion, the Co-Presidency of the KCK (Kurdistan Communities Union) Executive Council said the following:

KCK Press Statement Feb 13, 2021

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