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I WROTE ON 18TH OCTOBER 2013:
 
THE TRUE HEROES. THOSE WHO WORK IN FAVOUR OF LIFE. AMONG THESE, THE MEMBERS OF GREENPEACE IMPRISONED IN RUSSIA. FREE THEM NOW!
THE HEAVEN AND NATURE MAY ENACT SERIOUS RETALIATIONS AGAINST YOUR ARROGANCE.
I AM TALKING  TO YOU, MR PUTIN, PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION.
LET THEM FREE!

G. B.


ELEVEN NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNERS WRITE
TO RUSSIAN PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN OVER GREENPEACE CASE 

Press release - October 17, 2013
Amsterdam, 17th October 2013 - Eleven Nobel Peace Prize laureates including Archbishop Desmond Tutu have written a joint letter to Russian President Vladimir Putin offering their support to twenty eight Greenpeace International activists, a freelance photographer and a freelance filmmaker who are being detained in a Russian prison whilst they are investigated for allegations of piracy. In their letter, the award winners urge President Putin “to do all you can to ensure that the excessive charges of piracy against the 28 Greenpeace activists, freelance photographer and freelance videographer are dropped, and that any charges brought are consistent with international and Russian law.” Describing the Arctic as a “precious treasure of humanity,” the signatories are all supporting efforts to protect the High North from oil exploration and climate change. They write, “Arctic oil drilling is a dangerous, high-risk enterprise. An oil spill under these icy waters would have a catastrophic impact on one of the most pristine, unique and beautiful landscapes on Earth. The impact of a spill on communities living in the Arctic, and on already vulnerable animal species, would be devastating and long lasting. The risks of such an accident are ever present, and the oil industry’s response plans remain wholly inadequate. Equally important is the contribution of Arctic oil drilling to climate change. Climate change in the Arctic and elsewhere threatens all of us, but it is the world’s most vulnerable who are paying the price for developed countries’ failure to act.”

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The full list of peace laureates who signed the letter are:

- South African Bishop Desmond Tutu
- Northern Irish peace campaigner Betty Williams
- Former President of Costa Rica, Oscar Arias Sanchez
- US peace campaigner Jody Williams
- Liberian peace campaigner Leymah Gbowee
- Yemeni peace campaigner Tawakkol Karman
- Guatemalan social reformist Rigoberta Menchu Tum
- Northern Irish peace activist Mairead Maguire
- Iranian lawyer and former judge Shirin Ebadi
- Former President of East Timor Jose Ramos Horta
- Argentine community organiser Adolfo Perez Esquive
SOURCE: http://www.greenpeace.org/international/en/press/releases/eleven-nobel-peace-prize-winners-write-to-russian-president-vladimir-putin-over-greenpeace-case/

RELATED NEWS:

ALEXANDRA HARRIS, JAILED GREENPEACE ACTIVIST, WRITES HEARTBREAKING LETTER TO PARENTS FROM RUSSIA

A British environmental campaigner facing 15 years for alleged piracy has said she is "trying very, very hard not to lose hope," in heartbreaking letter to her parents in which she describes her dire conditions in a Russian jail. Greenpeace activist Alexandra Harris was yesterday denied bail following a month in prison for her part in a protest against oil company Gazprom's platform in the Arctic's Pechora Sea. She is one of six Britons among 30 people detained when armed Russian officials boarded their vessel, the Arctic Sunrise, last month.In a handwritten letter to her parents, Ms Harris, 27, originally from Devon, said: "I'm worried about what's going to happen. "I have moments of feeling panicky but then I try to tell myself there's nothing I can do from in here and what will be will be so it's pointless worrying."But it's hard. Surely my future isn't rotting in a prison in Murmansk?! Well, I really hope it isn't." Appearing in court for her bail hearing yesterday, Ms Harris protested her innocence and said she was proud of Greenpeace's "non-violent, peaceful efforts" to stop oil drilling in the Arctic. "The only thing that happened was a peaceful protest and I believe the footage and Greenpeace's long history can demonstrate this," she said."I'd also like to say that the protest was not directed at Russia - it was solely about Arctic oil and the threat it poses to the climate and the Arctic environment." Greenpeace said it will not be "daunted" by the piracy charges the environmental campaigners are facing, as supporters held a candlelight vigil in London yesterday to mark their 30th day in prison.The Britons, including videographer Kieron Bryan, who was documenting the protest, are being investigated for piracy, which carries a jail term of 10 to 15 years. Bryan has said he is 'preparing himself' for a long jail sentence. Along with Bryan and Alexandra Harris, activist Philip Ball and second engineer Iain Rogers have been detained for two months pending an investigation. Two other British activists, Frank Hewetson and Anthony Perrett are also being detained, having had earlier bail applications denied. The "Arctic 30" and their boat were taken from waters near the port of Murmansk on September 19 after two of them tried to board the rig. Those arrested include citizens of Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, The Netherlands, Finland, France, Sweden, Poland, Turkey and Ukraine and the US. Greenpeace has warned a spill in Arctic waters would be highly damaging to the environment and the extraction of more fossil fuels would add to climate change impacts. Gazprom's plans to start drilling from the Prirazlomnaya platform in the first quarter of 2014 raised the risk of an oil spill in an area that contains three nature reserves protected by Russian law, campaigners have said. Meanwhile, 11 Nobel Peace Prize laureates have written a letter to Russian president Vladimir Putin calling for the piracy charges to be dropped, including South African archbishop Desmond Tutu and Northern Irish peace activists Mairead Maguire and Betty Williams. The letter came after German chancellor Angela Merkel became the first head of state to raise the issue of the crew's detention with Mr Putin, urging a speedy resolution of the case in a phone call. The families of the Britons involved have met with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to discuss what was being done to bring their loved ones home.
Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2013/10/19/greenpeace-activist-hope_n_4128366.html


FREE THE ARTIC 30
HTTP://WWW.GREENPEACE.ORG/INTERNATIONAL/EN/CAMPAIGNS/CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-IMPACTS/PEACE-DOVE/ARCTIC-30/

RUSSIA TO CHARGE GREENPEACE ACTIVISTS WITH PIRACY OVER OIL RIG PROTEST
HTTP://WWW.THEGUARDIAN.COM/ENVIRONMENT/2013/SEP/24/RUSSIA-GREENPEACE-PIRACY-OIL-RIG-PROTEST

GREENPEACE URGES RUSSIA TO FREE ACTIVISTS ON SEIZED SHIP
http://www.thesudburystar.com/2013/09/22/greenpeace-urges-russia-to-free-activists-on-seized-ship

 

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