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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

May 2019
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Speeches

“Civilizations and religions that shape the beliefs of human beings must dialogue with each other to structure a peaceful world for the prosperity of human beings. The nation-states that act under international law should work together to promote a better international environment and use global resources more wisely.”

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“If the parliamentarians and religious leaders from 108 nations in attendance today unite their efforts under one voice for the unification of South and North Korea, I believe a united Korea will be more quickly advanced.”

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“There is a global network of Ambassadors for Peace today, sowing the good seeds of harmony and bringing peaceful solutions to problems. But, we need even more people to form a global task force for peace that can bring substantial results in the area of peace, including influencing education for peace in our schools because the biggest changes we can experience can come through education.”

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“Understandably, we base our policies on statistics and numbers, on sound economics and on realistic financial projections. But all of this will prove to be futile if, whatever our provenance is, we ignore universal values like solidarity, honesty, mutual respect, fairness, truthfulness, tolerance, equality, and respect for life from conception to natural death. All of us must make our voice heard in defense of strong value-based politics.”

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“I believe that in all our roles we can follow these slogans, rising from the Czech Reformation and the Bible: Love, truth to everyone. Let everything spontaneously flow; let violence be distant to us. Truth and love must win over lies and hatred. Do not be indebted to anyone except to love one another.”

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“Real peace has to be built on mutual trust, caring and love. It has to be acquired by a sincere and devoted struggle of truthfulness, honesty and dedication. Therefore, we all have to strive with even stronger determination for the sake of peace, development and prosperity in our region and in the world.”

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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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“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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