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Peace Education

Peace Road Event Is Held in Prague

Czech-2019-08-25-Peace Road Event Is Held in Prague

Prague, Czech Republic—On a sunny Sunday, a total of 35 UPF supporters took part in the 2019 Peace Road event. A walking group and a bicycling group together achieved a total of 40 kilometers (almost 25 miles) within the wide area of the capital.

Both groups met in Stromovka Park at the end of the August 25 event. Eva Pejkofski, the national leader of Family Federation for World Peace and Unification (FFWPU), an organization that is affiliated with UPF, gave a short talk.

Mrs. Pejkofski explained the meaning of the Peace Road and the vision of the UPF founders—one unified Korea. She also reminded the group that it is the small steps—like our humble Peace Road—that make the foundation for miracles to happen!

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