Pirmojo pasaulinio karo pabaigos 100-mečio minėjimas: daugiau nei 60 valstybių ir vyriausybių vadovų renkasi Paryžiuje [fr]

Prancūzijos šiaurėje ir rytuose plytinčiuose mūšio laukuose daugybė vyrų iš viso pasaulio padėjo galvas.

2018 m. lapkričio 11 d. daugiau nei 120 aukštų pareigūnų susitiko Paryžiuje ne tik prisiminti, bet ir pamąstyti apie šiandienos pasaulį bei karo pamokas.

Pirmajame Paryžiaus Taikos forume pareigūnai su pilietine visuomene diskutuos ir pabandys surasti naujus veiksmingus sprendimus daugiašališkumui atkurti.

4 -9 November 2018: the French President to tour battlefields

For a little over five days, French President Emmanuel Macron will tour the Grand-Est and Hauts-de-France regions, home to 11 French Departments that were devastated by the war: the Bas-Rhin, Moselle, Meurthe-et-Moselle, Meuse, Ardennes, Marne, Aisne, Nord, Pas-de-Calais, Somme and Oise Departments.


11 November 2018: more than 120 foreign dignitaries to meet in Paris

On 10 November, a ceremony attended by French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will take place at the Glade of the Armistice in Compiègne. The following day, more than 120 foreign dignitaries representing States that fought in the First World War, European institutions, the United Nations and other international organizations will meet at the Arc de Triomphe.

Participants will then travel to the Grande Halle de la Villette for the opening of the first session of the Paris Peace Forum. In response to the rising tensions in today’s world, the Forum is designed to be the annual meeting for projects, ideas and initiatives which effectively contribute to better international cooperation on key global issues, fairer and more equitable globalization and a more effective and legitimate multilateral system.


The 2018 commemoration: a multitude of international projects

In 2018, the Centennial Mission labelled more than 40 international projects in 27 States, including in many countries in Europe (Bulgaria, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Serbia, Spain and more), the Americas (Canada, Mexico, Peru and the United States), Africa (Chad, Mauritania and Tunisia), Oceania (Australia) and Asia (China, India and Thailand).

These projects, many of which had a cultural aspect, celebrated the reconciliation of enemy peoples. One example was the Franco-German youth orchestra, which was formed for the Centenary of the Armistice to pay tribute to soldiers from both countries.

Paskutiniai pakeitimai: 12/11/2018

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