MWVO delegation attends International Day of Peace 2022 event virtually


The Myanmar War Veterans Organization delegation led by Central Executive Committee Chairman Lt-Gen Sein Win (retired) attended the commemorative ceremony of International Day of Peace 2022 virtually, which was held in Beijing, China, on 21 September, at the invitation of the Chinese People’s Association for Peace and Disarmament-CPAPD.
The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 as defined by the United Nations General Assembly and is celebrated on 21 September every year.
CPAPD, the host of the “International Day of Peace Commemorative Ceremony 2022” is a Chinese civil organization founded in June 1985 for world peace. It mainly focuses on actions of international and regional disarmament and arms control, collaborating with civil society organizations in about 100 countries and more than 300 research groups.
The commemorative ceremony of International Day of Peace 2022 was held through the hybrid system, where participants can attend personally or virtually. Vice-President Wang Quishan of the People’s Republic of China attended it and gave the opening speech on the occasion themed “Ensuring World Peace and Stability, Taking Action on the Global Security Initiative”.
Representatives and ambassadors from various fields in the People’s Republic of China attended the event in person, and political organizations, peace organizations from different countries and representatives of the Security Advisory Panel attended the event online. — MNA

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