SEOUL, 20th Feb 2018: Senior Indian BJP Leader Vijay Jolly while addressing World Parliamentarians & Religious Leaders at Seoul stated that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the Best Non Aligned leader to Resolve Disputes & Restore Peace on the Korean peninsula today.
And off course to be ably assisted by humane & dynamic External Affairs Minister of India Smt. Sushma Swaraj stated Mr. Jolly to a round of loud applause on the occasion.
Mr. Jolly pointed out that PM Modi during the past 48 months had visited and won
“Friends in Divisive Nations” and he extensively quoted Modi’s visits to: US & China, Israel & Palestine, Saudi Arabia & Iran , Russia & France, South Africa & Mozambique, Kenya & Tanzania, Germany & UK, Qatar & Oman etc to name a few.
Present on the occasion was the Former Defence Minister of Japan Yoshinori Ohno, Russian Political Sciences Expert Vladimir, Ex President of Paraguay E. Patricia while the session was moderated by Thomas Mcdevitt Chairman The Washington Times, USA.
BJP Leader Mr. Jolly complimented Universal Peace Federation led by US Citizen Dr. Thomas G. Walsh and South Korean Founder Late Rev. Sun Myung Moon who always advocated peaceful re-unification of two koreas.
Mr. Jolly also recollected in his speech the ideological anti- communist stance of Late Moon & who had travelled 120 nations in 120 days at the ripe age of 80 years for Global Peace in the last century.
And today UPF is actively engaged for Peaceful Reunification of Korea at the behest of South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un acknowledged Mr. Jolly in his forceful speech at Seoul.
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