28 November 2015

Angola: Global Instability Worries Socialist International Official

Luanda — After the end of the Cold War, the world is currently experiencing a worrying international situation due to the ambitions of domination and subjugation of some countries, stressed Friday, in Luanda, the Angolan Julião Mateus Paulo "Dino Matross", one of the vice presidents of the Socialist International (SI).

The Angolan official was speaking at the opening session of the second annual meeting of the International Socialist Council, which is expected to discuss topics on global stability, peace, security in times of crisis, the struggle for equality, progress and the prospect of the organisation in favour of a mandatory universal agreement on the environment and climate change.

The official said that the imperial ambitions remain, which explain the persistence of numerous conflicts in Africa, Latin America, the Middle East and other parts of the world.

For this purpose Dino Matrosse argued that the SI should play a leading role or be a promoter of initiatives aimed at such reflections from the perspective of unity and cohesion in pursuit of creating a more just and prosperous world.

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