Statments

Statments

Commemorating 1971 Bangladesh revolution

The Ambassador of Bangladesh in Cairo His Excellency Mizanur Rahman accompanied by a Bangladesh writer, journalist, Filmaker Mr. Sbabriar Kabir visited the secretariat on17th June 2013 to meet Mr.Nouri Abdul Razzak Hussain Secretary – General AAPSO , and Mr. Vidyasekera coordinator to ascertain the role played by them in assisting the Bangladesh revolution in 1971 .

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China Meeting

The permanent Secretariat of the Afro Asian People's Solidarity Organization – AAPSO – and the Egyptian Committee for Solidarity, presided by Dr. Helmy Al Hadidy convened an important meeting with a delegation from the Chinese People's Association for peace and disarmament, led by Mr. Jean – the Vice-President of the Association, and Assistant Minister for Foreign Relations Department of the Communist Party of China.

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GLIMPSES OF HISTORICAL EVENTS TO THE BIRTH of AFRO – ASIAN MOVEMENT Prepared by E.A. Vidyasekera Coordinator

Part 1 Introduction:

Asia – Pacific Region Forges Ahead

    Asia – Pacific Region is a vast area embracing the Indian Ocean, the Persian Gulf and 42 littoral states. One third of the world’s population lives in this “politically turbulent area.” Despite end of the bipolarity, and the super power rivalry, external interference has not ceased.

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AAPSO supports Korean Peace Initiative

A silver lining is opening in the dark Korean horizon with DPRK leader Kim Jong Un sending a special high official to China with a letter to be delivered to the new president of China Xi Linping.

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Statement on the Canadian Minster

Statement of the Permanent Secretariat of AAPSO
AAPSO headed by Dr. Helmy Al Hadidi condemns the talks between Canada's minister of foreign affairs and his Israeli counterpart in Jerusalem and this is totally against the resolutions of the international community which all consider Jerusalem as the capital of the Palestinian State and recalls the UN resolution no. 181 rejecting the annexation of West Jerusalem to the East.

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