Ukrainian media report that cell-tower burned by anarchists on December 10 belonged to another operator, Vodafone, not Lifecell. If it is true then it's likely that comrades made a mistake in scouting. We hope they will take a lesson from this experience. At the same time we need to stress: even if it was the hit of the wrong target - nobody suffered from it except from huge capitalists of Vodafone. No reason for regrets. Struggle continues.
By December 10 "Anarchist Fighter" received message as follows:
In the night of December 10 a group of anarchists burned down the cell tower of Lifecell operator settled by the crossroad of Hostomel road and Big Ring Road in Kyiv. Lifecell is owned by the Turkish company Turkcell. This company is the participant of aggression of Erdogan's regime against the people's self-government in Kurdistan. The latest episode of its criminal politics is the invasion of Turkish army into the Democratic Federation of Northern and Eastern Syria (Rojava) in October 2019.
Turkcell constructs its towers in the areas of Syria occupied by the Turkish government as it happened in Afrin, Shahba and Idlib. This mobile network which is under control of Ankara authorities appears in every place invaded by Erdogan's soldiers. Kurdish guerillas destroy Turkcell towers — we are proud to take the torchlight of the struggle from their hands. Revolutionary resistance and solidarity lie beyond state borders and national boundaries.
We performed an attack against Lifecell/Turkcell also as the response to the violent incident which took place in front of Embassy of Turkey in Ukraine. On October 11 anarchists and people from Kurdish community organized the peaceful demonstration against the aggression of the Turkish state. Embassy workers have attacked demonstrators and smashed a face of one of the female comrades participated in the event. Violence should not be left without a response.
Freedom to the peoples — death to the Empires!