Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about world peace. World peace involves nonviolent solidarity among nations. Peace is defined as the presence of law and justice in a nation in addition to the absence of conflict. When nations resolve their disputes amicably and cooperate to raise the standard of living for their citizens, there is world peace.
No corner of the planet is secure from modern destructive weaponry, and if all nations do not resolve their disputes and live in peace, then all the lethal weapons that each nation possesses will destroy our entire civilization. Because of the immense damage that the last two wars inflicted, mankind still shudders at the notion of experiencing that trauma again.
This world has so many issues that it is difficult for one nation to address them all, but if all nations work together in harmony and peace, we can stop the devastation of our planet. People feel free to go to any nation without fear of terrorism when there is world peace, which encourages tourism and boosts economic growth.
Abolishing violence and the use of weapons, distributing resources equally, improving the education system, allowing people to vote, advancing globalization and economic linkages, and raising knowledge of the advantages of world peace are only a few of the effective steps that should be taken to stop the devastation and promote peace on Earth. Thank you.