March 03
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Numerous members of the Kurdish community in Armenia marched and drove from Republic Square in downtown Yerevan to the UN office, where they are now protesting against the Turkish military aggression and Turkish actions in Syria.

At the demonstration, Knyaz Hasanov, the Kurdish member of the Armenian parliament, recalled that Turkey has occupied several large cities of Syrian Kurds.

"Unfortunately, we see that the superpowers are doing everything for their own interests. Today we again call on the UN office [in Armenia] to raise their voice," Hasanov added, in particular.

Also during the protest, these members of the Kurdish community in Armenia burned banners with Turkish president Erdogan's picture and Turkish flag, and then submitted their message addressed to the UN office in Armenia.

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