Statments

Statments

International Literacy Day

UNESCO proclaimed September 8 as international Literacy Day. This was enunciated in order to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies of the world. Since 1966, for the 48 years people all over the world were celebrating this as an annual event of great importance. Specially so in the developing countries, where for some countries it is still a "far cry" to make the child read and write.

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International Day against Nuclear Tests

The world's first nuclear weapons experiment was conducted on July 16, 1945 in New Mexico, when the United States tested its first nuclear bomb.

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Mr. Nouri Abdel Razzak Hussein. Special Happy Birthday

Mr. Nouri Abdel Razzak Hussein,
Secretary General
Afro-Asian Peoples Solidarity Organization

 

Dear Comrade Nouri!

Your true Soviet-Russian friends and colleagues do wish you Many Happy Returns of the Day on occasion of your glorious jubilee.

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International Women’s Day (IWD) is celebrated on March 8th across the world

On the occasion of International Women's Day, we take this opportunity to renew the commitment of the economic, political and social achievements of women in the past, present and to focus on the issues that still challenge women.

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To AAPSO

Dear Friends,
 
It is always with great interest that I receive  from time to time  AAPSO's  important  statements  and communications such as recently AAPSO's tribute to Nelson Mandela which recalls the long time support given to ANC by AAPSO, followed by a strong statement on December 10th calling for actions to expand respect o for people 's self- determination and human rights, the world over and, more recently still, the annoucement of AAPSO initiative and commitment to promote the  establisment of a MEDIA  UNION  of AFRICA, ASIA and LATINE AMERICA.

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