President of WOFP meet with Kim Yong-Nam in Mexico City
The president of the World Organization for Peace (OMPP / WOFP), Juan Samuel Delgado Cedillo had a private meeting with the President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), Kim Yong Nam, in the Mexico City. As part of a work tour of the Korean president in Latin America, he visited Venezuela, Cuba and finally our country to attend as a special guest the inauguration of the Constitutional President of the United Mexican States, Lic. Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Both presidents spoke about the peace and unification projects of the peninsula that are being carried out in that region of the planet.
The World Organization for Peace has been in constant collaboration with that nation and on this occasion, it will donate a five-meter-high sculpture called Paloma de la Paz to be placed in the recently demilitarized zone of Panmunjom, on the border and thus continue with the unification process of Korea. Kim Yong-nam, who is the head of state in Korea and the main collaborator of the great leader Kim Jung-un, was at all times interested and willing to carry out all the necessary activities to achieve the installation of this monument to peace in Korea, and thus, to establish it as a symbol of unity around the world.
With actions like this, the World Organization for Peace continues with its peace activities around the world with a view to supporting the best conditions for people to achieve well-being and peace in all areas of life.