President Muhammadu Buhari has pledged Nigeria’s support for international efforts to bring a peaceful resolution and reconciliation to the Korean peninsula. The president’s spokesman, Femi Adesina, said in a statement that Buhari made this commitment during the opening of World Summit 2022, which was attended by world leaders remotely on Friday.
The Hybrid Summit in Seoul, South Korea is focused on reconciliation and peace in the Korean peninsula through multi-sectoral peacebuilding initiatives in Asia and the world. The summit brings together representatives from government, business, and civil society to discuss ways to promote peace and stability in the region. The president of South Korea sent a video message in support of the summit’s goals, emphasizing the importance of cooperation between different sectors to achieve peace.
Will continue to work to restore peace and security.
Korea’s unique history and geography means that peace on the Korean peninsula has far-reaching implications for the region and the world. For one, Korea is a major player in East Asia, and its economy is the fourth largest in the region. A peaceful Korea means a more stable and prosperous East Asia, which in turn benefits the rest of the world. In addition, the Korean peninsula is geographically situated at a very important crossroads. It lies at the intersection of Northeast Asia and Southeast Asia, two of the world’s most dynamic and growing regions. A peaceful Korea would help foster closer economic ties and greater cooperation between these two regions.
Buhari tells peace summit that all countries have issues, commitment to peace is important. Addressing situations in North-East Nigeria. President Muhammadu Buhari has stated that commitment to peace is important. He addressed the situation in North-East Nigeria, where Boko Haram has caused much destruction. He pledged that his administration will continue to work to restore peace and security to the region.
Necessary step in order to ensure the safety and security of the Nigerian people.
The Nigerian security forces are being equipped with the latest technology and training in order to effectively deal with the security challenges that the country is currently facing. The army and air force universities will provide a platform for the institutionalization of peacebuilding and conflict management, and many entrepreneurial/economic projects are being initiated in order to address youth unemployment. This is a necessary step in order to ensure the safety and security of the Nigerian people.
The president welcomes the establishment of an international think tank on peace in the Korean peninsula by the UPF, founded by Dr Hak Ja Han Moon. The UPF has a long history of supporting peace initiatives and efforts in the West African sub-region, and they are well-equipped to take on this new challenge.
These issues include climate change, terrorism, and refugee crises.
Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari, expresses his hope that the four-day Summit will result in fruitful deliberations that will lead to a just and peaceful world. The Summit will bring together leaders from around the world to discuss a variety of pressing global issues. These issues include climate change, terrorism, and refugee crises. President Buhari is optimistic that the Summit will produce tangible results and help to improve the state of the world.