The World Peace Council expresses its serious concerns and worries about the recent discussion on a possible future presence of NATO troops (under United States leadership) in Palestine in order to “guarantee” and “supervise” the implementation of a “peace plan” between Palestine and Israel. The interviews by the President of the Palestinian National Authority and the PLO Mahmoud Abbas to Israeli and US Media in this regards, create many questions to peace loving forces and people around the world.
The World Peace Council (WPC) expresses its firm protest and denounces the arrest of Margaretta D'Arcy, an Irish Peace activist who has become known from her militant participation in actions against the use of the Irish Shannon airport by US and NATO air planes in their crimes and aggressions against many countries and peoples in recent years.
The WPC expresses its profound grief and sadness for the loss of Comrade Nelson Mandela,the genuine son of Africa,the true leader of the Liberation movement of South Africa, the genuine internationalist and revolutionary.
The contribution and example of Nelson Mandela will be remembered by the generations to come worldwide.
Nelson Mandela became the symbol of freedom and peace, campaigns where held in dozens of countries,organized by the WPC and fellow organisations
The All India Peace and Solidarity Organisation strongly denounces the plans of the USA, France, UK, NATO and their allies in the Gulf region to attack Syria on the pretext of the alleged use of weapons of mass destruction by the Syrian government.
The World Peace Council (WPC) is raising the voice of the millions of peace loving people around the world for the release of the remaining four (4) Cuban political prisoners from US jails.
15 years now the arbitrary and false accusations of the USA and its security mechanisms have led the 5 Cuban patriots to inhuman imprisonment, depriving them often even from vists of their families.
68TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BOMBING OF HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI:
A CALL TO ABOLISH ALL NUCLEAR WEAPONS!
Statement of the World Peace Council
Sixty-eight year ago, on August 6th and 9th, 1945, the United States dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing more than 200,000 innocent civilians. The devastating consequences of this heinous act remain to this day. Almost seven decades later, the U.S. government still refuses to acknowledge the criminal nature of this act and to compensate its victims.