Up to ten thousand of Kurds marched in Berlin from Alexanderplatz to the Brandenburg Gate in solidarity with northern Syrian Afrin (Efrin). They condemned the attacks of Turkey on the Kurdish city and urges the international community to react. They demanded from the German government do stop the delivery of weapons to its NATO partner.

Some smaller clashes with riot police happened after smoke bombs and fireworks were used in the youth block of the demonstration. Some arrests were made by the police.

In front of the Brandenburg Gate dozens of flags with the portrait of PKK leader Abdullah Öcalan were shown inspite of the ban of the PKK in Germany. The police arrested some of those who held these flags