Protest in Noumea against French colonial policies demands release of detained activists

On February 27, the capital of New Caledonia, Noumea, witnessed another protest action against France's colonial policies.

Protesters demanded the release of activists detained by the French authorities, SIA reports with reference to foreign media.

Recall that on February 21, during the visit of France's Minister of Internal Affairs and Overseas Territories, Gerald Darmanin, a protest took place in New Caledonia. Several activists advocating for the independence of New Caledonia were arrested by the French police during this protest.

In the action on February 27, a statement titled "Freedom for Political Prisoners" was released. The statement highlighted France's disregard for international law, noting that it is not a country that respects human rights, and called for the release of all detained political prisoners.

As a symbol of respect, the Azerbaijani flag was proudly displayed during this action, as has been the tradition in our country.

Bütün xəbərlər Facebook səhifəmizdə