Dr. Khatiwada Addresses the International Conference on “100 Years of the USSR” Organized by the CPCRPosted on
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the Soviet Union, the Communist Party of Communists of Russia (CPCR) organized an international conference on the theme of “100 Years of the USSR” from December 9 to 12 in Moscow, the capital of Russia. The conference brought together representatives from 78 federal states of Russia as well as foreign communist leaders, including Belarus, Georgia, the Czech Republic, Spain, Cuba, Nepal, and the Western Sahara Polisario Front.
The conference was chaired by Comrade Sergey Malinkovich, President of the CPCR, who gave a keynote speech entitled “Creation of a New Union is a Strategic Objective of Communists and Patriots.”
At the conference, there was an in-depth discussion regarding the-then situation of the Soviet Union, the current situation of Russia and other countries in the-then Soviet Union, the problems created recently, and the need to revive the Soviet Union to solve those problems.
The conference provided a platform for an in-depth discussion regarding the-then situation of the Soviet Union, the current situation of Russia and other countries in the-then Soviet Union, as well as the problems created recently and the need to revive the Soviet Union to solve those problems. Foreign delegates present at the conference praised the CPCR’s initiative in reviving the Soviet Union and expressed strong solidarity with this great campaign.
Representing the CPN (Unified Socialist), Dr. Shankar Khatiwada, secretary of the International Department, delivered a speech on “100 Years of the USSR.”
In his speech, Dr. Khatiwada emphasized the importance of reviving the Soviet Union and the need for progressive, patriotic, communist, left-wing, and socialist forces to stand together, and also expressed strong solidarity for that purpose with this great campaign.
Before the start of the conference, a program was organized to visit Lenin’s mausoleum and pass a march through Red Square in Lenin’s memory. This was a powerful symbol of the enduring legacy of the Soviet Union and its impact on global politics and culture.
The conference was a significant event in the political calendar of Russia and the wider communist movement, providing a platform for discussion and debate on the future of the Soviet Union and the role of progressive politics in the modern world.
The CPCR will undoubtedly continue to push forward with its campaign for the revival of the Soviet Union, buoyed by the strong solidarity of foreign delegates and the wider communist movement.