Ssekandi visits Hiroshima Park, calls for world peace

VP Ssekandi pays respects at Hiroshima memorial peace park in Osaka city of Japan

The Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi at the conclusion of his visit to the port city of Osaka Japan where he led the African delegation to the fifth Buddhist International peace summit, called for dialogue as the most sure way of ending conflict especially in the developing countries.

The Vice President who was speaking to the Japanese media after a guided tour of Hiroshima memorial peace park in Hiroshima said that part of the world conflicts are as a result socio-economic and political injustices and called for protection of the vulnerable especially women children and the elderly.

Ssekandi said that world peace can only be achieved when humans cease blaming each other for mistakes of the past and begin working together for a common better future without attempts of manipulation and exploitation of those with limited knowledge or tools to guard against such tendencies.



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