Appeal to Gorbachev to initiate a World Peace Conference

14.04.2015 - Berlin - Pressenza Berlin

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Appeal to Gorbachev to initiate a World Peace Conference

The german Left Party (DIE LINKE) has recently published an open letter to  Mikhail S. Gorbachev to be presented and put up for vote at the main party convention on June 6/7. The letter calls on the Former President of the Soviet Union to initiate a World Peace Conference in the face of escalating tensions not only in Ukraine but around the globe.

The petition has initially been signed by 20 members of the german parliament and additionally by about 1000 supporters on a german website. World Beyond War, an international peace network started by US-peace activists has last week published an english-language version of the german petition, which has so far been supported by more than 1000 people.

The call for a peaceful transformation and for cooperation, is also a central argument of several initiatives and alliances, namely ALBA, UNASUR, CELAC, BRICS, Shanghai Cooporation, and The Non Aligned Movement. It is a call for a policy of non-interventionism –  characterized by the absence of interference by a state or states in the external and internal affairs of a sovereign state without its consent.

The concept of a worldwide appeal of prominent nonpartisan politicians and leaders for desescalation and reconciliation is therefore more urgent than ever.

Here is the english webside with the text of the letter and possibility to subscribe:
http://diy.rootsaction.org/petitions/initiate-a-world-peace-conference

Author: Heiner Buecker

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