Bratislava protested for the future of the climate

Solutions to the current climate changes should be a political priority, activists say.

April 26 strike for climate in Bratislava.April 26 strike for climate in Bratislava.(Source: TASR)

The organisers of the Fridays for the Future strike are continuing to their fight for the future of our climate. They organised a strike on April 26 in Bratislava, pointing to the need of systematic changes.

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"Our common goal is to save the Earth and society, whose main priority is not economic growth but a sustainable way of life for all," reads the statement, as quoted by the Sme daily. "Together we share the idea that no other world is possible."

The organisers also planned a discussion at Comenius University.

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