CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Seminar for Marshall Islands Ambassadors for Peace
Written by UPF - Marshall Islands
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Majuro, Marshall Islands - A one-day seminar on the Unification Principle was offered to Ambassadors for Peace in Majuro on December 28. Mr. Kenichi Ito, Secretary General of UPF-Marshall Islands, gave a PowerPoint presentation and Hon. Kessai Note, former President of Marshall Islands and UPF Global Peace Council member, gave a congratulatory message. A question and answer session and a discussion about future UPF projects in the Marshall Islands followed.
Among the participants were Senator Eldon Note; Mr. Anton, Mayor of Arno; Mrs. Sumiko Hirata, a school teacher; and Mr. Joe Tully, IT adviser.
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