Joint Announcement of the Communist Youth Organisations: Solidarity with NKPJ and SKOJ!

The Communist Youth Organisations signing this text express our solidarity with and support to our comrades in the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ) and its Youth Organisation, the League of Communist Youth of Yugoslavia (SKOJ), on the occasion of the exclusion of their electoral list from the parliamentary election, which will be held in Serbia on Sunday, June 21.

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Open Letter to the Norwegian Nobel Committee

From the Belgrade Forum, the Club of Generals and Admirals of Serbia, and the Foundation United for the Youth Following the news published in the Serbian media that a number of Norwegian Members of Parliament have officially raised an initiative to have the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to NATO, the Belgrade Forum for a World of Equals, the Club of Generals and Admirals of Serbia, and the Foundation United for the Youth have jointly sent an open letter to the Norwegian Nobel Committee.

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Corona epidemic: There is no European solidarity!

“For years, the EU has put pressure on Serbia not to trade with China and Russia, to liberalize its market and to open it up to European goods without any restrictions. But right now, in a severe emergency due to the corona epidemic, where there is no profit to make for the EU, the Serbs are left alone. In times of crisis, you always get a quick understanding who your real partners are. My solidarity is with the people of Serbia, not the EU’s greed for profit”, explains Żaklin Nastić,…

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The New CP of Yugoslavia commemorated the Liberation of Belgrade

On October 20, the New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ) commemorated the 75th anniversary of Belgrade’s liberation from Nazi German occupation at the end of WWII. During the ceremony, Party members laid wreaths at the Memorial Cemetery of Belgrade Liberators. Members of the Central Committee of the NKPJ, along with the General Secretary of the Party, paid tribute to the fallen heroes of the National Liberation Army and the Red Army.

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WFDY camp in Belgrade 20 years after the NATO bombing

Summer camp of the WFDY CENA took place in Belgrade 20 years after the NATO bombing. The summer camp organized by the World Federation of Democratic Youth (WFDY) Committee of Europe and North America (CENA) took place in Belgrade between the 26th and 29th of July, 20 years after the NATO bombing. The camp was hosted by the Young Communist League of Yugoslavia (SKOJ) under the slogan, “NATO The Enemy of Peace and Freedom! 20 Years of NATO Bombing Republic of Yugoslavia – NATO Politics of Occupation and Starting New…

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OSČMS on 20th anniversary of the aggression against Yugoslavia

Trade Union Association of Bohemia, Moravia & Silesia (OSČMS), the WFTU’s member organization, commemorates the imperialist aggression against Yugoslavia’s 20th anniversary. Being faithful towards its both class and anti-imperialist orientation, the OSČMS commemorates this NATO’s criminal act also within the context with the regime’s celebration of our joining to the NATO, a militant union of capitalist countries under US leadership.

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20 years since the NATO aggression against the FRY

On March 23, the Secretariat of the European Communist Initiative issued a statement on the 20th anniversary of NATO aggression against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Reminding the horrific consequences of NATO’s bombing terror, the statement asserts, “until today, no one has been held responsible or prosecuted for these serious crimes but the US-NATO imperialism and the EU are to blame.” The Initiative declares that the NATO aggression against the FRY was an imperialistic attack and adds that this ruthless attack conducted between 24th of March and 11th of June…

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Serbia: The WFTU General Secretary participated in the celebration of the 10th anniversary of Sloga Trade Union Organization

The Serbian Trade Union Organization Sloga, member of WFTU, celebrated today in Belgrade its 10th anniversary, in the presence of the WFTU General Secretary George Mavrikos, and PAME Head of International Relations, Nikolas Theodorakis. The WFTU General Secretary addressed the ceremony, conveying the internationalist solidarity of the WFTU to the people of Serbia who suffer from the anti-workers policies and highlighted that the WFTU will be stably on their side as it was in the past during the NATO intervention in Yugoslavia. Read more: World Federation of Trade Unions

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