Statments

Statments

THE LAST BOMBING IN BIAA IN BAGHDAD

The permanent secretariat of the Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organization condemned the last bombing in the last few days in Biaa region in Baghdad the capital of Iraq which resulted in mass killing and wounding.

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THE BOMBINGS OF SINDH PROVINCE IN PAKISTAN

The Afro-Asian Peoples' Solidarity Organization has condemned the terrorist bombing which took place yesterday on Thursday in one of Sufi Shrine in the town of Sehwan in Sindh province.

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RABAT DECLARATION

Final Statement of AAPSO's Tenth Congress under the slogan of "Together against terrorism"


We the representatives of the national committees of Afro-Asian Peace and solidarity movements as well as the peace committees and the participants of the tenth congress of AAPSO held in Morocco- Rabat; are so concerned with the suffer of our peoples from the dangerous cross borders and multi nationalities terrorism, which is more brutal and violent than any other terrorism we suffered from before, its organizations owns the latest weapons same like the regular armies, and they have renewable financial resources and a great ability to attract the youth, in addition to the wide usage of the visual, readable and electronic media.. The most dangerous thing is that this terrorism aimed at undermining our national countries and dividing them into small countries to easily be controlled and intervened then having a fascist dictatorship rule imposed on our peoples.

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INIVTATION XVII NAM SUMMIT MARGARITA

COURTESY TRANSLATION


Miraflores Palace, 20th June 2016

 

Excellency

Head of State / Government

Country

Excellency,


On behalf of the People and Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, allow me to transmit my warmest regards with all the fraternal sentiment that unites our two Homelands, our two Peoples.

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NATIONAL CONFERENCE OF JAPAN AALA

To Our Friends in Asian Countries

 

In early July 2016 in Japan, the House of Councilors election was held and the forces that support the revision of the Japanese Constitution,led by ruling Liberal Democratic Party,occupied two-thirds of all seats enough to start the revising processin the Diet. Soon after the election,Prime Minister Shinzo Abeexpressed his intention to enhance the debate on this issue.

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