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Kurdish protest march in Nicosia-They blame the West for the murders in Paris

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ΠορεΙα διαμα&rho ;τυρλας Κολρδων στη Λευκωσλα-Κατ αλογΙζουν ευθΙνες στη ΔΙση για τι ς δολοφονΙες στο ΠαρΙσι

The Cypriot Kurdish Cultural Association “Theofilos Georgiadis” is holding a protest march in Nicosia, on the occasion of the murder of three Kurds in Paris on December 23, 2022. With its announcement, the Cypriot Kurdish Solidarity Association speaks of the responsibilities of the French government, but also of the NATO and the EU, for “moulding” Turkey, “which they consider a valuable partner against Russia which they present as the great enemy”, as he states.

The Association calls on “France to stop backing Turkish expansionism and be the first among the NATO and EU countries to declassify the PKK as a terrorist organization”, noting that the same applies to the Cypriot government. He adds that “Turkey owns both the Northern part of the territories of the Republic of Cyprus and Northern Kurdistan”, noting that Turkey's Diyar Bakir, mentioned in news reports, is for the occupied AMET (Ahmet) in the occupied by Turkey is part of Kurdistan.

The announcement reminds us that “Turkey is bombing Kurdish targets, both military and civilian, long before the Russian attack on Ukraine began”, while it refers to “orchestrated media and propaganda machines of the West”, for the silence of the event. “Russia's attack on Ukraine is not justified, but at the same time the “West” cannot be considered…sinless. The leadership of both Ukraine and the EU are appearing as useful – for NATO – idiots and are burdened with the supposed defense against an aggressive Russia”, reports the Association.

The protest march aims to “inform of the public for the responsibility of the French government in the killing of three Kurdish fighters in Paris on December 23, 2022”, as the Cypriot Kurdish Association notes that the French government did not protect the three Kurds in order not to spoil its relations with Turkey.

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Source: www.reporter.com.cy

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