Greetings from United Communist Party of Russia to Workers World Party conference

To the participants of the National Conference of Workers World Party (U.S.)

Dear comrades! Friends!

On the eve of your national Party conference, we send our greetings and congratulate you on this important event in the life of the conscious and organized workers of the United States.

José Mujica from Charlotte, N.C., reads greeting from OKP.
Photo: Greg Butterfield
We, the Russian communists, know about your work and believe in the prospects of the workers’ and communist movements of the United States.

For us, your people are not embodied by presidents and generals, but by people such as Jack London, John Reed, William Foster, Martin Luther King and other American anti-war, anti-racist and communist activists, progressive figures of science, art and culture, and friends of the Soviet Union.

Cooperation with Workers World Party is very important to us. We appreciate the internationalist position you have taken during the events in Ukraine and the war on Donbass.

We are grateful for your selfless assistance in circulating information from our party, the OKP.

Dear friends!

We wish you success in the struggle for the establishment of a more just system in the United States and around the world.

Down with oppression and exploitation!

Down with war and tyranny!

Long live the working class!

Long live international socialism!

With communist greetings,

Darya Mitina, international secretary of the Central Committee of the United Communist Party (OKP)

Members of the International Policy Commission of the OKP CC

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