The Global Council for Tolerance and Peace donated ten thousand protective masks to Montenegro
The Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, headed by Ambassador Ahmed Bin Mohamed Al Jarwan, donated aid to Montenegro in the form of medical masks. Over ten thousand pieces of masks arrived today in the Parliament of Montenegro, to be forwarded to those who are on the first line of defense in the fight against coronavirus.
In a letter to the Vice President of the Parliament of Montenegro Branimir Gvozdenović, Ambassador Al Jarwan pointed out that these are “strange times for humanity, and that encourages us to call for emergency measures and use of our expertise and networks to support every fellow citizen in the daily fight against colossal the enemy of our societies. “
Vice President Gvozdenović expressed gratitude for the humane gesture of this prestigious institution, headed by its president, emphasizing the importance of the contribution of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace in the situation facing all of humanity.
The Global Peace Council is an international organization that aims to spread the principles and values of peace and tolerance in the world, with an emphasis on the younger population and with the support of the UN.
This global organization emphasizes the basic goals of its existence as increasing the value of tolerance and spreading a culture of peace, combating discrimination, racism, religious and ethnic and sectarian extremism, as well as developing a norm of international law that strengthens the principles of tolerance and peace.
Vice President of the Parliament of Montenegro Branimir Gvozdenović, during his visit to the United Arab Emirates, on the occasion of forming a friendship group with the UAE Parliament, in November 2018, began cooperation with the President of the Global Council for Tolerance and Peace, Ambassador Al Jarwan.
Vice President Gvozdenović also participated in the second session of the Global Council for Peace and Tolerance in Tirana, in November 2018, when he discussed and deepened cooperation with President Al Jarwan and members of the Council.