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World Peace Council held successfully it's ANTI-NATO CONFERENCE IN WARSAW on 8th of July. 85 delegates from 22 countries took part with 32 speakers representing 30 international and national entities from the anti-imperialist peace labour and popular movement.

WPC also participatded with its block in the anti NATO demonstration on the 9th of July.

A video can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZpKJHV7ZGwk

Around 150 people protested outside of an Army recruiting center in Times Square in New York City as NATO met on July 9th in Warsaw, Poland.

Speakers included some of the people on the No to NATO list including Al Marder of the US Peace Council, Bruce Gagnon of the Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space and myself, Joe Lombardo of the United National Antiwar Coalition. Other organizations that supported the action included Code Pink, Veterans for Peace, New Jersey and New York Peace Action, Black Agenda Report, BAYAN and several others.

JOIN HANDS ON JULY 9 TO PROTEST AGAINST
NATO SUMMIT IN WARSAW, POLAND!

STOP NATO'S AGGRESSIVE EXPANSION TOWARD RUSSIA!

An Urgent Appeal for a Joint Action
By the Peace and Antiwar Movement in the NY Metro Area

The drive by a nuclear-armed NATO to the borders of Russia — a nuclear-armed state — poses at the very least the risk of accidental nuclear war, and at worst the possibility of military confrontation between two nuclear powers.

On Saturday 11 June 2016 the peace assembly against NATO took place at the Municipality Hall of Prague. Event was organised under slogan of the World Peace Council´s campaign „YES TO PEACE! NO TO NATO!“ and was organised by the Czech Peace Movement and the Association of Soldiers against War and was supported by several peace organizations and initiatives.

U.S. Peace Council’s Exclusive Interview with Dr. Bashar Ja’afari,
Permanent Representative of the Syrian Arab Republic to the United Nations, and
Head of the Syrian Delegation at the Geneva III Negotiations

Date of Interview: February 19, 2016 — New York

B.A. [USPC]: With sincere thanks for allowing us to have this interview with you despite your extremely busy schedule, please start by giving us an overall view of the state of affairs with regard to the Syrian crisis today.

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