Protesters took to the streets of The Hague on Saturday, to denounce the Turkish military operation in the Kurdish-dominated enclave of Afrin in northern Syria.
Protesters form several Pro-Kurdish associations marched with Kurdish flags and banners throughout the streets of the Dutch city.
The Turkish military started launching airstrikes and rockets on Kurdish positions in Afrin in January, shortly after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the launch of the military operation dubbed Olive Branch. The Turkish President also declared that the next destination for Turkish forces would be Syria's Manbij.
Turkey views YPG which is active in northern Syria, as an extension of the banned militant group Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).