On Saturday, October 12, a demonstration was held in the center of Milan to condemn Turkey's aggression against Syria.

The imperialist aggression was condemned, the withdrawal of all foreign occupation forces was demanded, it was supported the sovereign right of the Syrian people to decide alone and freely their future and destiny. We express our solidarity with the brave Syrian people.

Hands off Syria!


Since 2013, 26 September has been, by decision of the UN General Assembly, the International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons.

Reputable scientists warn that the explosion of only one percent of today's deployed nuclear weapons in the world would amount to about 4000 times the energy released by the US atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945.

World Peace Council European member organizations have held a meeting in Basel, Switzerland on the 21 and 22 September.

The meeting, hosted by Swiss Peace Movement and presided by the Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation, as WPC regional coordinator, started on the International Day of Peace, and also at the date of the 70th anniversary of the Swiss Peace Movement.

On 21 September, International Day of Peace, the Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation (CPPC) calls for commitment and mobilization in defense of the principles embodied in the United Nations Charter and the Constitution of the Portuguese Republic, such as sovereignty and the rights of peoples, the sovereign equality of states, the peaceful and negotiated settlement of international conflicts, the non-use of force or the threat of the use of force in international relations, the general simultaneous and controlled disarmament.

At the 80th anniversary of the beginning of World War II, the Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation recalls the brutal consequences of what was the most violent and bloody military conflict in history, triggered by Nazi Germany, fascist Italy and militaristic Japan, responsible for the loss of more than 50 million lives and tens of millions of injured.

Democratic forces have already spoken out against the attempts of countries party to the infamous Inter-American Treaty of Reciprocal Assistance (TIAR) to trigger this instrument against Bolivarian Venezuela. On Wednesday (11) the proposal was presented by Colombia and supported by the representation of Brazil and other countries governed by forces subservient to the US, within the Organization of American States (OAS).


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