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Peace Education

Founders' Tour Arrives in Athens

We learned at very short notice that the UPF Founder, Rev. Sun Myung Moon, would give a public address in Athens on May 4 at the Athens Ledra Marriott Hotel. Ambassadors for Peace in Greece were given a special invitation to this special program, sponsored by the Universal Peace Federation on the theme, "Building a World of Universal Peace at a Time of Global Crisis." This program was part of the Founders' European Peace tour which began in Madrid on April 25.

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