Celebrating 65 Years of the 1955 Asian-African Conference
Asian-African Conference 1955 was held in Bandung. The conference was initiated by then President of Indonesia, Soekarno to create a wave of solidarity between newly independent states in Asia and Africa after the end of World War II and colonialism era. The conference was reflected as a huge political milestone for Asian and African countries.
65 years after the conference ended, the solidarity still continues to grow. The solidarity that’s been held for that long time should continue to be upheld. The oppression from colonialism should always be eradicated from the whole world to achieve the ultimate liberty for every person living in this world.