Q)You have taken a long overnight flight to attend this year’s WARP Summit. What expectation do you hold for this year’s WARP Summit?
A) Thank you for receiving me and welcoming and I'm sure that we will have a joyful time and my expectation of this summit is that we can come in agreement with all the religious leaders regarding the importance of living in peace and sharing religions with one another and achieving to define a law so that in the future the countries don’t have to decide their differences by the war but instead by a method more humanitarian in the understanding. I hope that in this summit we can give a message to the world of unity, of peace and reconciliation.
Q) You have previously attended all WARP Summits in the past. What significance does WARP Summit hold to you?
A) This is the third time that I have found myself here in Seoul, Korea participating in the Summit starting from 2014, the first one hosted by the President, Mr. Man Hee Lee. The first two summits have offered great emotion and great enthusiasm and unity. In this third summit, I truly expect it to be much stronger unity in a way than the experience we have had shared in the past summits. That would be marvelous. This third summit will be super marvelous.
The Youngest Participant for this year’s WARP Summit, 10 years old Ms. Cole traveled far distance from Australia accompanied by her grandfather Mr. Misra and her mother Mrs. Cole. Mr. Misra brought his family because he wanted her family to experience and feel peace-building at the conference.