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Speeches

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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“Ambassadors of Peace from around the world, let us practice a sacred relationship with our God, with our spouses, with our children, with our siblings and even with our enemies.”

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“The theme selected for the Asia Pacific Summit is very important. The focus on addressing critical challenges of our time through interdependence, mutual prosperity and universal values is most appropriate and reflects our common desire for promoting mutual understanding and reaching out to each other to create a win–win scenario.”

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“Never in my days has there been a potential to play so important and decisive a role in defining and shaping our common future as now. There is compelling need for the world’s wealth of professional, social and political intelligence and imagination to be employed to untangle the problems of our threatened humanity and the imminent dangers threatening our fragile planet.”

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“We need to construct a culture of peace that will nurture the positive traits in human nature, to work together not just to promote greater mutual respect and understanding, but also to foster greater confidence in our own ability to stay firmly on the path of peace.”

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“We need to develop empathy, or else we risk losing our humanity. As we expand and deepen our political, economic and sociocultural relations, let us not forget the daily struggles of those relegated to the peripheries: Now more than ever, they need to be represented on the international stage.”

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Addressing challenges nationally, even regionally, will remain insufficient without a global response. Solving problems of climate change, poverty, food and security, terrorism and even cybercrime all require cooperation at the national, regional, and international level.”

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In order to address multiple global problems, I believe that the way forward should consist of three major approaches: the promotion of peace and interdependence among nations by strengthening and upholding multilateralism; the pursuit of mutual prosperity by both developing and developed countries by protecting natural ecosystems and habitat; and the inculcation of universal values among the peoples of the world.”

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Mother Moon, you are a great leader, you are a woman leader, you are the daughter of this Divine God. You stand for the oppressed, you guide all humanity, you promulgate peace. This world looks toward you for your message of brotherhood, peace and friendship.”

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“We need to integrate our vision and our shared future. There can be no social justice that is limited and there can be no peace that is not universal and open to all.”

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