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Nobel Prize winners want peaceful solution to Syrian crisis

21 October 2013 - 11:56am

Warsaw is hosting the 13th world summit of Nobel Peace Prize winners. 96 students from all over the world, including members of the American Friends Service Committee, are attending the summit.
The Be Noble book presentation was organized yesterday.
Nobel Prize Winner Mairead Corrigan mentioned the Syrian problem at the opening of the talks. She said that she had visited the Lebanese camp of Syrian refugees. Mairead noted that France, the UK and US were calling for war, but the results of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan had already been witnessed.
She thanked Russia and China for their peaceful efforts. She urged the NATO to stop militarizing Europe.

Warsaw is hosting the 13th world summit of Nobel Peace Prize winners. 96 students from all over the world, including members of the American Friends Service Committee, are attending the summit.

The Be Noble book presentation was organized yesterday.Nobel Prize Winner Mairead Corrigan mentioned the Syrian problem at the opening of the talks. She said that she had visited the Lebanese camp of Syrian refugees. Mairead noted that France, the UK and US were calling for war, but the results of wars in Iraq and Afghanistan had already been witnessed.She thanked Russia and China for their peaceful efforts. She urged the NATO to stop militarizing Europe.

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