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CoE: Plantu, Award Winning Head of Cartoonists for Peace to Eurofora: Also on Cyprus ?

Written by ACM
Friday, 08 November 2019


*Strasbourg/CoE+Great East Region/Angelo Marcopolo/- Just Days before exceptional UN SG Guterres -sponsored Top Political Talks in Berlin on Cyprus' Peaceful ReUnification, World Famous French Cartoonist "Plantu", of the prestigious "Le Monde" Newspaper, Keanote Speaker, as Head of International "Cartoonists for Peace" Team at CoE's "World Democracy Forum" 2019 in Strasbourg, who has just Won a Prize Award for Democratic Commitment attributed by Great East Region President Jean Rotner, speaking to "Eurofora", expressed his interest to actively Contribute also on Cyprus :



- "I have recently visited the island, saw the Dividing Line, and already made some original Cartoons on Cyprus", he told us, in substance, exchanging coodinates in order to become able to cooperate together in the foreseable Future.


+ In this regard, Plantu also examines the idea to eventually associate some Greek, Turkish, Maronite, Armenian, a.o. Cypriot Cartoonists in that PanEuropean/International Grooping/Network NGO for Peace that he's currently Chairing, and which was really Omni-Present, these Days, inside the CoE and elsewhere in Strasbourg, including, inter alia, also a Public Meeting with French Government Spokeswoman Sibeth Ndiaye.  


Earlier Today, Plantu presented and honored 2 Cartoonists from the Middle East, an Israeli and a Palestinian, who are Working and Cooperating Together.


Strasbourg's "Great East" Region President Rotner, one of the main Supporters of CoE's Annual "WFD", stressed, on this occasion, also, the attachment of the organisers to resolute efforts to overcome eventual attempts by some to Divide the People along pseudo-"Religious", Nationalist, Racist, and/or Other Hollow Pretexts, in order to Strive, on the Contrary, to Unite them all Together, in Democratic Peace.





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