We don't leave the people and the Donbass working class alone

It's began in Rome the tour of conferences with the Trade Union Federation of Donbass

Roma -

On friday, July 22 in the hall of the Roman Federation, dozens of workers, delegates and activists for the right to housing of USB,they attended at the meeting with ANDREY Kochetov - Member of the Presidium of the Federation of Trade Unions of the People's Republic of Lugansk (Donbass).


That of Rome is the first of a series of meetings promoted by USB  and the Antifascist Convoy of Donbass. In the coming days the host of USB , Andrey Kochetov will hold conferences in Naples, Bologna and Padua, in this tour of meetings he will meet with journalists and parliamentarians.


Invigorated by the decisions taken by the NATO summit held on 8 July in Warsaw and by the historic support of EU , the Ukrainian government has launched a new military attacks. The military attacks are carried out by paramilitary squadrons and military regiments that openly refer to the Nazism. The same Ukrainian government that does not hide its neo-fascist sympathies, it has outlawed labor organizations and pursued the class unionism.


The same Ukrainian government that does not hide its neo-fascist sympathies, it has outlawed the organizations of labor movement and pursued the class unionism.


Recently it promoted a criminal case against Pierpaolo Leonardi who along with other FSM delegations had brought solidarity to the Trade Union Federation of the People's Republic of Lugansk (Donbass).


Andrey Kochetov has recalled how the bombardments of Ukrainian army  have focused on the civilian infrastructure, with hundreds of schools, hospitals, heating plants and power stations destroyed and damaged.


Pierpaolo Leonardi on behalf of USB said that we must not and we don't want to leave alone the people and the workers of the Donbass, who right now are struggling for peace and for the right to self determination

Rome 22/07/2016
USB International Office

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