Statments

Statments

A DISCUSSION PAPER ON THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF SOLIDARITY

Since the Afro-Asian Peoples Solidarity Organization is a basic part of the human and liberal heritage of mankind seeking a better future... As it is our duty to hand this heritage for the new generations to continue the march of humanity forward for a world in which peace and justice are achieved.

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THE GENOCIDE OF THE MUSLIMS OF MYANMAR

The Afro-Asian Peoples'Solidarity Organization (AAPSO) condemns the systematic genocide against the Minmar Muslims of the Rohingya, whichused brutal methods no less than criminal acts of (Daesh). This is not the first time that the Muslims of Myanmar have been subjected to this campaign.

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STATEMENT ON THE 9TH BRIX SUMMIT

The Afro-Asian Peoples Solidarity Organization (AAPSO) expresses its support for the Xiamen Declaration issued by the 9th Brix Summit held in the Chinese city of Qwanzwa Which affirmed its condemnation of all terrorist attacks around the world and terrorism in all its forms and manifestations, as well as stressed the need to hold accountable those responsible for committing, organizing or supporting terrorist acts and strengthening international cooperation in the fight against terrorism.

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TOWARDS THE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF AAPSO

The Secretariat of AAPSO has already send you a statement noting the importance of celebrating the 60th anniversary of AAPSO. We until now didn't receive any comments or remarks about the celebration that will not only focus on the historical path, but also adopting an action plan on the future work, particularly with deep and quick change in the international situation

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PROHIBITION OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS

With the passing of 72 years since Hiroshima and Nagasaki were attacked with atomic bombs, the world is at a juncture of decisive turns towards the abolition of nuclear weapons. We are now at the crossroads whether to mark a step forward to a nuclear weapon free world or to continue to be exposed to the threat of nuclear annihilation.

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