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International Day of Peace Observed in Ukraine

 Kiev, Ukraine - At the European University in Kiev, UPF volunteers and students from Japan, Korea and Ukraine gave short performances about the traditions and cultures of their countries and exchanged Certificates of Friendship. The Sept. 17 program marked the UN International Day of Peace and concluded with a presentation of Youth Ambassador for Peace certificates to six students from the European University.

International Day of Peace 2014 from Universal Peace Federation International

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