The Communist Perty of Afghanistan issues the following statement about the 2013 uprising in Turkey. :The current government in Turkey not only acted in unity with NATO’s onslaught in Libya, but it is also the main supporter of the insurgents dependent on the western imperialists in Syria. This government has also participated in the imperialist invasion of Afghanistan: the Turkish presence in Afghanistan is not only the largest force of an “Islamic country” engaged in imperialist occupation, it also plays an important role in training the puppet regime's repressive police. Therefore, we view and welcome the current mass protest movement in Turkey, even at its current level, a movement towards weakening the regional gendarme of the western imperialists and one of the foreign occupying countries in Afghanistan. Moreover, in light of the current role of the Turkish forces in Afghanistan and the political and economic role of Turkey in Afghanistan, the ongoing revolutionary…
Communist Party of Afghanistan - Maoist (CP(M)A)
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