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An introduction:

The present world has badly been paralyzed by terrorism, violence and the various inhuman activities. Each and every individual in the societies around the world have been affected by the violence and terror directly and indirectly. There is no peace at all. The present human society is looking forward to getting rid of the violence, terrorism to live peacefully.

We all agree that we cannot carry on our civilizations, social development and mutual understanding ahead without peace and friendship. There is impossible to exercise fundamental human rights without true understanding of peace and friendship, and applying it to our everyday life.

We have planed and fixed a peace campaign naming Mt Everest Expedition for Global Peace and Friendship-2014 in search of arising of peace and friendship and to get rid of terrorism and violence around the world.

It is impossible for mankind to get happiness and progress without true peace and friendship. We would like to remind every individuals living globally that we all need friendship for the peace, and the peace for the development. Just a single person or society can do only a little thing. So we all need to be one for the restoration of peace and friendship, and for the betterment of both mankind and the mother earth.

For this reason we are going to welcome every national flags, the national symbols of each and every country around the world to put, and let them fluttering and flying high on the roof of the world—Mt Everest* to say YES to peace and friendship.

Our target week of putting flags on the summit of the world’s highest Himalayan peak of Mt Everest could be the last week of May 2014.

Thus we all vigorously request each and everybody around the world to provide us their promises, commitments and supports to the campaign of Mt Everest Expedition for Global Peace and Friendship 2014.

* Mt Everest: Mt Everest, 8848m, is the highest Himalayan Peak in the world that is standing high in the Himalayan country of Nepal in Asia. The peak is also called Sagarmatha Himal in Nepalese tongue that means high into the sky. Sherpa, the local people of Khumbu valley in Nepal call it Chhomolongmo that means the mother on earth. The first human footstep had successfully scaled and reached to the top of Mt Everest in1953, May 29th.

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