The Greek Committee for International Détente and Peace (E.E.D.Y.E) denounces and condemns the criminal bombing in Ankara, Turkey, on 12th October 2015 which resulted in the death of at least 128 demonstrators and the wounding of hundreds of others during a peaceful event.
Blood policies must be abandoned
Around a hundred people lost their lives and many more were injured in a bomb attack that took place in Ankara, Turkey, before the demonstration that bore the slogan "Against War, Peace Now". This attack aims at terrorising not only the demonstrators but the whole society. The perpetrators try to make our people accustomed to terror and violence. Their aim is to make the people feel desperate and thus stay away from the streets.
The World Peace Council expresses its deepest sorrow for the deaths of over 20 civilians in Kunduz, Afghanistan, killed by a US criminal airstrike against a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders, last weekend.
Solidarity with the peoples of the Middle East and Africa!
The drama and suffering of millions of children, women and men that run from war, death, hunger, disease and the most degrading living conditions, has causes and those responsible.
NATO has announced it will undertake large scale military manoeuvres in Spain, Italy and Portugal, from the beginning of October until the beginning of November 2015. These exercises will involve more than 36 000 personnel from the 28 member states of this political military bloc and from other “partner” countries and organizations.
Today we commemorate the International Day of Peace, initiative launched by the United Nations in 1981.
For us in the World Peace Council, it was a great satisfaction and joy to see, this September 30, the historical moment in which Palestine's flag was raised at the UN headquarters. The occasion is filled with symbolism and asks for a reflection, since it translates, above all, the hope vested by the Palestinian people in this organization for 70 years.
Association of Soldiers against War
The security situation on the European continent in the global context
The possible negative impact on the Czech Republic
The World Peace Council expresses on the occasion of the “International Day of Peace” of the United Nations its deep concern about the growing aggressiveness of imperialism in all corners of the world, but in particular these days about the growing waves of refugees fleeing for their lives from Syria, Iraq and North Africa, being victims of the imperialist wars and aggressions of all the last years.
September 1, 2015
The Peace Association of Turkey would like to inform the peace-loving forces and briefly share its views about the recent developments in Turkey.