Ten years since Israel's criminal aggression on the Palestinian population in the Gaza Strip, designated by the aggressor as 'Operation Cast Lead', the Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation (CPPC) reiterates is solidarity with the Palestinian people and their courageous struggle for a sovereign, independent and viable State of Palestine, along the pre-1967 borders, with capital in West Jerusalem, and for respect of the right of return of Palestinian refugees, as inscribed in numerous United Nations resolutions.
Declaración del Comité de Solidaridad de Venezuela sobre los recientes desarrollos relativos a este país.
Statement of Comité de Solidaridad of Venezuela on the recent developments regarding this country.
Las fuerzas democráticas y progresistas han acompañado y denunciado la secuencia interminable de declaraciones, sanciones y otras medidas ofensivas contra la República Bolivariana de Venezuela.
The democratic and progressive forces follow and denounce the endless sequence of statements, sanctions and other offensive measures against the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.
As forças democráticas e progressistas acompanham e denunciam a sequência infindável de declarações, sanções e outras medidas ofensivas contra a República Bolivariana da Venezuela.
New issue of "Paz y Soberanía" of MOVPAZ is published.
La número nuevo de "Paz y Soberanía" del MOVPAZ se publica.
DECLARATION OF THE MINISTRY OF PUBLIC HEALTH
The first International Conference against US/NATO Military Bases was held on November 16-18, at the Liberty Hall in Dublin, Ireland. The conference was attended by close to 300 participants from over thirty-five countries from around the world. Speakers representing countries from all continents, including Cuba, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, United States, Italy, Germany, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Poland, United Kingdom, Ireland, Czech Republic, Israel, Palestine, Kenya, D. R. Congo, Japan and Australia, made presentations at the conference.
Members and friends of the Peace Committee of Turkey convened in Istanbul last week, to discuss the current situation in Syria and WPC’s mission to this country.
A presentation was made by Aydemir Güler, who represented the Peace Committee of Turkey as part of the delegation in Damascus. Güler started by describing the aim of the mission. He continued by explaining the activities within the program.