BERLIN — Germany’s high safety official has banned two publishers for allegedly belonging to a banned Kurdish group.
German Inside Minister Horst Seehofer mentioned Tuesday that he banned the publishers Mezopotamien Verlag und Vertrieb GmbH and the MIR Multimedia GmbH as a result of they assist the outlawed Kurdistan Employees’ Occasion, or PKK.
The inside minister mentioned in an announcement that searches of the 2 publishing homes in western and northern Germany have been underway.
Seehofer mentioned, “It’s essential to push again the PKK as a result of they proceed to be lively in Germany regardless of being banned.”
He mentioned that the 2 teams used their earnings solely to assist the PKK which was outlawed as a overseas terrorist group in Germany in 1993.
Germany is house to round 14,500 PKK supporters.
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