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The XXI century will be a сentury either of total all-embracing crisis or of moral and spiritual healing that will reinvigorate humankind. It is my conviction that all of us - all reasonable political leaders, all spiritual and ideological movements, all  faiths - must help in this transition to a triumph of humanism and justice, in making the XXI century a century of a new human renaissance.

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Green Cross International

Motto: “Give humanity a chance, give the earth a future”.

Green Cross International (GCI), an international non-governmental organization, was set up at Mikhail Gorbachev’s initiative in 1993 as an organization that would apply the medical emergency response model of the International Committee of the Red Cross to ecological issues. CGI’s Board of Directors include public figures, politicians and scientists with high authority and international prominence.

The mission of GCI is to respond to the combined challenges of security, poverty and environmental degradation to ensure a sustainable and secure future.

To achieve this, GCI:

  • Contributes to prevention and resolution of conflicts arising from environmental degradation;
  • Provides assistance to people affected by the environmental consequences of wars, conflicts and man-made calamities
  • Promotes legal, ethical and behavioural norms that ensure basic changes in the values, actions and attitudes of government, the private sector and civil society, necessary to a sustainable global community;


Green Cross International headquarters is located in Geneve, Switzerland, with branches established in 31 country including USA, Latin America, Western and Eastern Europe, Russia, Belorussia, Japan, Pakistan and others.

The Founding President of the GCI is Mikhail Gorbachev, President – Alexander Likhotal.


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Peter Conradi, Sunday September 27 2020, 12.01am, The Sunday Times 29 September 2020
On the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing, f number of religious organizations held an interfaith memorial ceremony in Hiroshima and on the web, attended by thousands of people. The particpants and the convening organizations adopted an appeal urging political leaders, the scientific community and civil society to continue and redouble efforts aimed at ridding the world of nulcear weapons. President Mikhail Gorbachev and former U.S. Secretary of State George P. Shultz sent letters that were read at the memorial ceremony. 6 August 2020

Gorbachev in the news media