Yesterday, central Croatia was hit by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake causing many injuries and destruction in the country – mainly around the city of Petrinja, located near the capital Zagreb. This is the second earthquake occurance in the region recently. The IYDU expresses condolences to the families of victims and shares its solidarity with theContinue reading “IYDU expresses condolences to Croatia”
Last night, Vienna was under terror attack causing the death of at least four people and the injury of fourteen more. IYDU condemns terrorism no matter where it comes from and believes that all free and democratic countries need to fight terror. We would like to express our sincere condolences to the families of theContinue reading “IYDU Condemns the Vienna terror attack”
Dear all, Considering the situation that we are facing today with the pandemic and the limited possibility of travelling, Considering the decision made in our last IYDU Board call to secure a valid Board for our institution starting 2021, Considering the rules contained in IYDU Constitution, Considering that the IDU Secretary General needs to beContinue reading “IYDU “Mini” Council Meeting 2020″
The IYDU calls for the resumption of negotiations under the auspice of OSCE Minsk Group The International Young Democrat Union (IYDU), global alliance of centre-right youth organisations, calls for a peaceful solution to the conflict of Nagorno-Karabakh. The IYDU has taken note of the build-up of military personnel to the line of contact and theContinue reading “IYDU calls for the resumption of negotiations under the auspice of OSCE Minsk Group”
We congratulate Jatzel Román, former member of the IYDU Board for being appointed as the next vice minister of Consular and Immigration Matters for the Dominican Republic Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We wish him the very best luck and regards for his tenure as vice minister, defending freedom and liberty values!
The International Young Democrat Union (IYDU), global alliance of centre-right youth organisations, condemns the blatant electoral fraud and suppression of fundamental rights by the regime of Alexander Lukashenko. “The official results of the elections have nothing to do with the votes actually cast. This is one of the most absurd cases of electoral fraud weContinue reading “IYDU Condemns the Electoral Fraud and Violence by the Regime of Alexander Lukashenko”
We are deeply shocked to hear about the massive explosion in the heart of Beirut yesterday. Hundreds of people lost their lives and thousands are still missing. IYDU stands together with the people of Lebanon. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families.
International Young Democrat Union statement about the Conversion of Hagia Sophia. This Friday, July 10, marked a sad day for all of ecumenical Christianity and world community. Amid international protest, Turkish President Erdogan achieved his long-cherished goal of converting the iconic Hagia Sophia into a mosque, ignoring global calls to maintain its status as aContinue reading “IYDU Condemns the Conversion of Hagia Sophia”
The International Young Democrat Union (IYDU), global alliance of centre-right youth organisations, condemns the new security law imposed on Hong Kong by the Beijing regime. “This is a deplorable effort aimed at wiping out anti-government protests in Hong Kong, and in stark contrast to China’s commitements to the people of Hong Kong and to theContinue reading “IYDU Condems the Hong Kong Security Law”