International day of anti-war action on Sunday 6 March : Stop the War in Ukraine. Russian Troops Out. No to NATO Expansion

Bulletin – 27/02/22

Dear Friend,

Yesterday a massive international online meeting called a global day of protest on March 6th demanding an end to the war in Ukraine, Russian troops out and no to NATO expansion.

We are urging all our Stop the War groups and supporters to call protests on that day in town and city centres. In London there will be a protest in the city centre assembling at 12pm. Full details to follow shortly.

There couldn’t be a more important time to take to the streets. Please do all you can to spread the word and maximize the number of people protesting next Sunday.

You can start by sharing the call and the graphic far and wide…
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Global Day of Action – Sunday 6th March
Stop the War in Ukraine.
Russian Troops Out. No to NATO Expansion.

An international anti-war online meeting on February 26 attended by thousands and organized by CODEPINK, Stop the War Coalition, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and the No to NATO Network agreed to an international day of anti-war action on Sunday 6 March. We call on everyone who opposes this war to take to the streets on March 6 in a massive display of global opposition to the war and the warmongers.

The war in Ukraine is a disaster for the people of Ukraine and a terrible threat to us all. We oppose the Russian invasion and call for the immediate withdrawal of all Russian troops. We recognize that the expansion of NATO and the aggressive approach of Western states have helped cause the crisis and we demand an end to NATO expansion. We also oppose sanctions that will harm ordinary Russians and call on all countries to welcome refugees fleeing the war.

There have already been many anti-war demonstrations in Russia and many other countries. What we need now is a massive, unified response by peace-loving people around the world to say: “No to War in Ukraine; Yes to Negotiations and Peace”.
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