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Worldwide Communist Parties activities discussed at Penza conference

12:01 | 01.12.2015 | Politics


Penza, 1 December 2015. PenzaNews. The Penza region CPRF committee has held the first conference on activities of Communist Parties worldwide, which took place in the committee building.

Worldwide Communist Parties activities discussed at Penza conference

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In the welcoming word to the audience, Georgy Kamnev, first secretary of the regional CPRF committee, deputy of the Penza region Legislative Assembly, stressed that Communists always stood for friendship among the peoples.

“The international climate at present is very unstable. It is tense, and Russia is also involved in the events. The issue is that the previous world structure was demolished to sate the urges of the big capital that seeks to capture as many markets as possible to sell goods. This urge to earn more money brings forth international conflicts, as people of labor have nothing to argue over. In the Soviet Union, people of various nations and nationalities lived in peace and friendship,” stressed the leader of the Penza Communists.

According to him, the USSR experience in establishing inter-national, inter-ethnic and inter-confessional relations must be used in the modern times as well, as it proved sustainable, unlike the capitalist system which, according to him, is leading to wars of various kinds.

Georgy Kamnev also pointed out that the CPRF plans to hold events similar to the forum in the future, and involve guests from various countries.

Among other points, the event hosted reports on the Communist Parties of Abkhazia, Armenia, Belarus, and Tajikistan.

One of the members of the audience at the forum – Mahamat Jomode, Penza State University student from Chad, said regretfully there is no Communist Party in his country as of yet.

“But I promise you – once I finish my studies, I will found it,” he stressed, eliciting a round of applause.

In his report, he dwelt on the activities of the South African Communist Party founded in 1921, and read a short poem dedicated to Vladimir Lenin.

In the end of the conference, Georgy Kamnev thanked the speakers for informative reports, and rewarded them with certificates.

The event is a contribution to strengthening the friendship between peoples, as well as education in the history of Communist and Leftist movements, he pointed out. 

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