The Kurdish National Council has called upon the United Nations to intervene and halt the violations committed by the PYD militia.
In response to the PYD terrorist militia’s decision to increase the prices of diesel and other commodities in the market, the Kurdish National Council organized a protest outside the United Nations office in the town of Qamishli. The council emphasized that this decision would inflict severe hardships on people’s lives during these challenging times.
The Council formally presented a memorandum to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, urging immediate action to put an end to the militia’s violations. The Peace and Freedom Front and the Assyrian Democratic Organization joined the protest in solidarity.
The PYD militia’s actions were criticized for contributing to regional anxiety and instability, further prompting migration. The Council called for a cessation of these violations and the respect of citizens’ rights to a free and dignified life.
During the peaceful demonstration, protesters conveyed the people’s suffering and concerns by raising slogans condemning the unjust decision and demanding its cancellation. They also decried the arrest of members of the Kurdish National Council.
On Tuesday, hundreds of citizens participated in the protest outside the United Nations office in Qamishli. Political parties involved in the protest emphasized the importance of promoting stability and discouraging migration.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)