As every year, we must take the occasion of the 6th and 9th of August to honor the victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by the United States in 1945, and to reinforce our determined struggle against nuclear weapons, weapons of mass destruction whose use was then inaugurated by the imperialist power.

The Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation (CPPC), one of the member organisations of the Platform for Peace and Disarmament, was present at the Camp for Peace, which took place in the Municipal Swimming Pools of Évora, between July 29 and 31.

The World Peace Council (WPC) expresses strongly its condemnation to the recent
escalation of the US provocations with the visit of the US official delegation to Taiwan. This action
undermines peace and stability in the region and fuels the tensions on all levels.
These policies and actions are in line with the general foreign policy of US-imperialism,
regardless of administration. They are following the recent military “Quadrilateral Agreement”
(between Japan, India, Australia and USA) and the military agreement between Australia, the

The Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation signed the Appeal «End the Blockade! Solidarity with Cuba! Free and sovereign Latin America!», promoted by several Portuguese organisations and demanding an end to the blockade and destabilisation action imposed by the US and calling for solidarity with Cuba and with all the peoples of Latin America who defend their rights and sovereignty.

The CPPC also participated in the solidarity actions carried out under this Appeal on July 14, in Lisbon and July 18, in Porto.


End the blockade!

The Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation participated in the demonstration «No to NATO | No to wars | For Peace | Out the bases | No to the militarist budget” which took place in Madrid on June 26.

The CPPC took part in the demonstration, parading with the Yes to Peace! No to NATO! banner and its flags, along with other member organisations of the World Peace Council (WPC).

Marking the World Refugee Day, which takes place on June 20, the Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation (CPPC) cannot fail to stress how serious has become the issue of refugees, displaced persons and migrants in the world.
According to the United Nations, the number of refugees and displaced persons is expected to have reached 100 million, following an unrelenting growth over the last decade.

The Portuguese Council for Peace and Cooperation (CPPC) joins the Appeal Yes to Peace! No to War and to the Arms Race! promoted by personalities from the most diverse areas, and publicly presented on May 12, in Porto.
Responding affirmatively to this Appeal, the CPPC calls on organisations, associations, community groups and personalities that defend peace and share the principles, concerns and considerations expressed by these personalities, to do so as well.


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