Dozens of protesters, waving flags of a Kurdish organization, stormed Dutch territory of the World Chemical Weapons Watch on Friday, protesting against what they claimed was the use of chemical weapons by Turkish forces.
Spokesman Dick Guyert said police began arresting protesters after they managed to evade security, including the high fence surrounding the headquarters of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague.
Guyert said a Kurdish group called Dim Nid organized a demonstration to protest the alleged use of chemical weapons by the Turkish armed forces.
On Thursday, the Kurdistan Workers’ Party released a statement in which he claimed repeated use of chemical weapons by Turkey in northern Iraq. Turkey denies using chemical weapons in its conflict with the group known as the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK).
The images of the protest published by media Dutch show at least 12 auto of the police in line in front of the headquarters of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and about 30 protesters outside the building with banners and flags.
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