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March 2019
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Speeches

“It is precisely these three simple words that we must discuss here: Peace, security and development. Not just debate about but make it a strategic goal, then make that strategic goal feasible, work on what underlies our life on earth, not just the time we are here, but far beyond, for our children, our grandchildren. In a word, for posterity. Here lies our challenge, here lies the challenge we want to take up!”

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“Peace is not about the absence of violence. It is about the presence of heavenly harmony. Security is similarly about living in a state of peace rather than having access to protection from harm. Human development is finding balance despite an environment of imbalance.”

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“As we know, dialogue is not limited to verbal conversations that are momentary but continue to be maintained and nurtured on an ongoing basis.”

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“Palau is a matrilineal society. In our traditional leadership, women have always held positions of power and respect.… Our deep-rooted cultural wisdom and traditions have been faithfully passed down through the generations: women and men working side by side for the betterment of our people and country.”

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“Steps are quickly being taken in preparation for the second North Korea - U.S. Summit. Kim Yong-Chol visited the White House and hand-delivered a letter from Kim Jong-Un to President Donald Trump during a 90-minute meeting. Stephen Biegun, United States Special Representative to North Korea, says that the three-day meeting with North Korean diplomat Choi Sun-Hee and Republic of Korea negotiator Do-Hoon Lee in Stockholm was “constructive.” As denuclearization moves forward, the establishment of a peace regime on the Korean Peninsula will become the primary topic of discussion.”

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“For the victory we are seeking, we must come together. What unites us as people is even more important than what leads us ahead.”

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“Respect for human rights and freedoms is not and should not be seen as the will of anyone but, as guaranteed by international conventions, must also apply everywhere.”

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“Peace is a precious public property and needs to be protected at all cost, regardless of races, beliefs, or ages. Harmonic development will not be possible without peace.”

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Kathmandu, Nepal—More than 1,500 participants, including six current heads of state and government, attended UPF’s first Asia Pacific Summit.

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Kathmandu, Nepal—More than 1,500 participants, including six current heads of state and government, attended UPF’s first Asia Pacific Summit.

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Kathmandu, Nepal—More than 1,500 participants, including six current heads of state and government, attended UPF’s first Asia Pacific Summit.

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“The family is the basic unit of society and the foundation of strong nations. Through families of peace, we can bring peace to the world.”

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