Das Sekretariat des Weltfriedensrates in Athen veröffentlichte am Mittwoch als Reaktion auf die Resolution des UN-Sicherheitsrats zu Nordkorea vom vorigen Samstag eine Erklärung:

Der Weltfriedensrat (WFR) drückt seine ernsthafte Sorge aus über die jüngste Resolution des UN-Sicherheitsrats vom 5. August, die der Demokratischen Volksrepublik Korea (DVRK) und ihrem Volk neue Sanktionen auferlegt.

The WPC is underlining 56 years from the start of the dirty imperialist war of the USA against the Vietnamese people the need for comprehensive and overall compensation of the victims of the toxic ‘Agent Orange’, their relief and overall support. The US administrations all these years never acknowledged their heavy responsibility towards a people and a country which fought with dignity for its freedom and the right to determine alone its fortunes.

On July 7 of this year, 72 years after the U.S. atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, a treaty to prohibit nuclear weapons was finally adopted. Having worked with the Hibakusha since the First World Conference against A and H Bombs in 1955 to call for the prevention of nuclear war, the elimination of nuclear weapons and the relief and solidarity with the Hibakusha, we heartily welcome the adoption of the treaty as a historic event, and pledge to move forward with renewed determination to achieve a “Nuclear Weapon-Free, Peaceful and Just World”.


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