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More Communist and Workers’ parties say ‘Abolish NATO’

By staff

Fight Back News Service is circulating the following resolution from the 21st International Communist Seminar, which took place in Brussels, Belgium, May 18-20. The list of signers has been updated.

Stop NATO, abolish NATO

On the occasion of the NATO summit of Chicago, we declare our principled opposition to this imperialist alliance, whose continued existence is a threat to world peace and to the rights and the well-being of the workers and the peoples of the world.

Over the past years, the US and NATO have waged wars of aggression against Yugoslavia, Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya. Today, they are threatening and planning more militarization, interventions, aggressions and outright wars on all continents, in a context of ever-deepening crisis of the world capitalist system, in an effort to further advance and impose the dominance of monopoly capital.

We, Communist and Workers’ Parties present at International Communist Seminar in Brussels, will continue our opposition and mobilization against any and all imperialist interventions and wars. We express our solidarity with all forces that resist imperialist occupation and aggression and defend the sovereignty and independence of their countries. We will continue our struggle to oppose and abolish NATO. By struggling to bring an end to this imperialist alliance, we are contributing to the cause of world peace.


1. Algeria, Parti Algérien pour la Démocratie et le socialisme (PADS) 2. Azerbaidjan, Communist Party of Azerbaidjan 3. Belarus, Belarussian Communist Workers' Party 4. Belgium, Workers' Party of Belgium (PTB) 5. Benin, Communist Party of Benin 6. Brazil, Partido Comunista do Brasil (PCdoB) 7. Brazil, Partido Comunista Brasileiro 8. Brazil, Partido Patriá Libre 9. Bulgaria, Party of Bulgarian Communists 10. Chad, Action tchadienne pour l'unité et le socialisme (ACTUS/prpe) 11. Colombia, Colombian Communist Party 12. Congo, Democratic Republic of, Congolese Communist Party 13. Cyprus, Progressive Party of the Working People (AKEL) 14. El Salvador, Communist Party of El Salvador (PCS) 15. France, PRCF – Pôle de Renaissance communiste en France 16. France, URCF – Union des Révolutionnaires-Communistes de France 17. Germany, German Communist Party (DKP) 18. Honduras, Communist Party of Honduras 19. Hungary, Hungarian Communist Workers' Party 20. Iran, Tudeh Party of Iran 21. Ireland, Communist Party of Ireland 22. Ireland, Workers' Party of Ireland 23. Italy, Party of the Italian Communists 24. Latvia, Socialist Party of Latvia 25. Lebanon, Lebanese Communist Party 26. Luxembourg, Communist Party of Luxembourg (KPL) 27. Malta, Communist Party of Malta 28. Martinique, Parti communiste martiniquais 29. Mexico, Popular Socialist Party of Mexico 30. Morocco, Voie démocratique 31. Netherlands, New Communist Party Netherlands (NCPN) 32. Pakistan, Communist Party of Pakistan 33. Palestine, Popular Front of Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) 34. Philippines, Communist Party of the Philippines 35. Poland, Communist Party of Poland 36. Portugal, Portuguese Communist Party (PCP) 37. Russia, Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) 38. Russia, Russian Communist Workers' Party – Revolutionary Party of Communists 39. Serbia, New Communist Party of Yugoslavia (NKPJ) 40. South Africa, South African Communist Party 41. Spain, Communist Party of Spain 42. Sri Lanka, People's Liberation Front (JVP) – Sri Lanka 43. Sweden, Communist Party (KP) 44. Switzerland, Parti Suisse du Travail 45. Turkey, Communist Party of Turkey (TKP) 46. Turkey, Labour Party (EMEP) 47. Ukraine, Union of Communists 48. United Kingdom, Communist Party of Great Britain (Marxist-Leninist) 49. USA, Freedom Road Socialist Organization (FRSO) 50. Venezuela, Communist Party of Venezuela

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