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TV interview: We want peace in our time, not war – says Founder of People Diplomacy Norway, Hendrik Weber to Herland Report

Herland Report TV (HTV): Watch the TV interview with the founder and president of People Diplomacy Norway, Mr. Hendrik Weber. He states that if politicians and the media refuse to cover all sides in a conflict, normal people can do diplomatic work and start the dialog in order preserve international peace. Watch it here or at the end of the article.

He says that it is important to show people living in war torn battlefield countries that they are not alone. There are many regular citizens in Europe who do not support the current Western politics of supporting Washington’s war agenda. They want to do something about it. They want peace in Europe, not war and destruction. People Diplomacy now has branches in Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Russia and the UK, growing weekly in numbers.

Also read: Interview with the founder of People Diplomacy, Hendrik Weber on visit to Donetsk.

Also read: People Diplomacy Norway visit Crimea once again, read the report.

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Founder and President of People Diplomacy Norway, Hendrik Weber, challenges the biased media coverage in war zones. CLICK on the picture and watch the Herland Report TV program with Mr. Weber.

Mr. Hendrik Weber and his steadily growing team has repeatedly travelled to Ukraine, Crimea and other places in order to understand the perspectives we hear little about in Western media.

Recently Weber and his team went to the Donetsk People’s Republic, which he exclusively speaks about in this conversation with Hanne Herland, founder of The Herland Report.

International geopolitics has brought Ukraine to the forefront of the international power game, fuelling ethnic strife and conflict. The Western mainstream coverage tends to only presents one side of the Ukrainian conflict and the media coverage almost solely reflects the geopolitical perspectives and goals of Washington in the quest to dominate Europe’s Eastern borders. This and more is discussed in the program with Hendrik Weber.

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