Insecurity: Cultural Diplomacy Hold Key To Solutions – ICD Country Director, Omoregie

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From Tom Garba, Yola
The Berlin-based Institute for Cultural Diplomacy (ICD)has just concluded its annual conference on cultural diplomacy in Berlin, Germany, as Nigeria has stood the chance to benefits more from the conference, says and official.
Mr Dickson Omoregie, Country Director of the ICD in Nigeria, who participated in the conference said Nigeria which is one of the countries facing the challenge of insecurity would benefit immensely from the symposium.
The conference with the theme “Building Bridges of Peace and Reconciliation in times of Greater Global Insecurity” started on the December 10 and ended on December 15 in Berlin.
In an interview with The Dream Daily on Tuesday, the country director said that cultural diplomacy was an agreed means of realizing global peace especially in this time of greater global insecurity.
According to him, Nigerian insecurity is on the raise in various dimensions and as such, “our country stands the chance to benefit immensely from the conference.”
He encouraged the Federal Government and states to collaborate with the ICD in Nigeria to benefit more on discussions on security and global peace building.
The country director said that a cross section of former European presidents were in attendance among whom are President Emil Constantinescu, former President of Romania, the former Prime Minister of Malta, President Lawrence Gonza and the former President of Latvia, President Vladis Zati were all in the attendance.
He said that judges from international courts, Senate Presidents and top politicians from different countries were also in the attendance.
Omoregie said that discussions centred on the pressure on Europe as regards refugee which formed one of the serious concern hence the need for dialogue in restoring peace in warring regions.

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