RE: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA AND THE NEED FOR MORE PRESSURE IN THE UNITED STATES

by Mozambique Solidarity Office, Prexy Nesbitt
Chicago, Illinois, United States
June 28, 1989
Publisher: Mozambique Solidarity Office
2 pages
Type: Mailing
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
This mailing to Mozambique Support Network (MSN) supporters discusses the Angolan cease-fire agreed to by 20 African heads of state (the Gbadolite Declaration on Angola). The mailing refers to a Washington Post article "Mozambique Proposes Peace Talks." The mailing notes that the Mozambique government has enunciated some principles, the main one being that Renamo and its backers end the violence. The mailing urges people to contact the Secretary of State and members of Congress demanding that the U.S. government give more political and economic support to Mozambique and pressure South Africa to end its destabilization of Mozambique through its Renamo surrogates.
Used by permission of Prexy Nesbitt, former staff member of Mozambique Solidarity Office.
Collection: Private collection of David Wiley and Christine Root