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Dr. Anurita Kapur, M.D. is cutting the ribbon at the 'Ribbon Cutting Ceremony' for Livingston Medical Groups.  
Organized by the Chamber of Commerce.  Dr. Kapur is a member of The Chamber of Commerce.  The ceremony
was celebrated by many distinguished members of the Chamber of Commerce, Hospital CEO & medical staff and
various other community leaders.  The ceremony was held at one of Dr. Kapur's medical clinic facilities.

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to she attended 125th Birth Anniversary of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar to participate in topic of
“Reducing Inequalities to achieve Sustainable Development Goals for all: Dr. Ambedkar’s contribution”. This event honored
Dr. Ambedkar’s life work on reducing inequalities.  Anurita was invited to participate in the historical and once in life time
opportunity to honor Dr. Ambedkar’s contribution to build modern India. It was a wonderful opportunity to honor the father of
Indian constitution and messiah of downtrodden societies.

This event was, organized by the Permanent Mission of India to UN, Kalpana Foundation and United Nations ECOSOC
member Foundation for Human Horizon on April 13th 2016 at the United Nations Headquarters, New York.  It's a time when
millions of Indians celebrated Dr. Ambedkar’s work towards humanity.  The encouragement was that the International
Community celebrate Dr. Ambedkar’s125th Birth Anniversary. Accordingly, the theme for this event was “Reducing
Inequalities to achieve Sustainable Development Goals for all: Dr. Ambedkar’s contribution”
A firm belief is to achieve sustainable development goals every nations needs to address the inequalities within
society/countries. Everyone has a role to play in reducing inequalities , including neighborhood organizations, businesses,
non-profits, policy-makers, and, of course, each one of us.

Synopsis: Dr. B. R. Ambedkar's 125th birth anniversary also known as ‘Ambedkar Jayanti’.  Ambedkar popularly known as
Babasaheb, is considered as the Father of Indian Constitution, the biggest and the most complex constitution in the world.  
On this day, the international organisation aims to focus on combating inequalities to achieve Sustainable Development Goals
and vouch his vision to create a nation on the firm grounds of democracy and social justice and equality for all.  Babasaheb
has inspired Dalits in India to campaign against social discrimination against Untouchables while also supporting the rights of
women and labour.

Attendees: Were dignitaries from India and U.S., local Indian-Americans, International-Indians from many, many countries, Permanent
Mission of India Staff.  Also present were International and Indian Channels.  Anurita made statements about the success of the Event
at the UN today.

Anurita met with H. E. Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin, the Permanent Representative of India to the United nations.
Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin is a senior Indian diplomat with considerable multilateral experience. Since joining the Indian Foreign Service in
1985 he has represented India's interests in various capacities,promoting friendly ties across the globe. Prior to his assignment as the Permanent
Representative of India to the United Nations, Amb. Akbaruddin was the Chief Coordinator of the India-Africa Forum Summit held in October 2015
in New Delhi. All 54 African States who are members of the United Nations participated along with the Organisation of African Unity in this
milestone event. Amb. Akbaruddin also served as an international civil-servant at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna from
2006-2011.  During this period he worked as Head of the External Relations and Policy Coordination Unit and also as the Special Assistant to the
Director-General of the IAEA.  Amb. Akbaruddin had previously served at the Indian Mission to the United Nations as First Secretary during 1995-98
and focused on UN Security Council Reform and Peace-Keeping. He was a member of the Advisory Committee on Administrative & Budgetary
Questions (ACABQ) during 1997-98.  As the Official Spokesperson of India's Ministry of External Affairs during 2012-2015 he was a member of
Indian delegations to the UNGA and various other multilateral and bilateral meetings at the Summit and Ministerial level.  He effectively used
social media tools to considerably expand public diplomacy outreach.  Amb. Akbaruddin has also served as Counsellor at the Indian High
Commission in Islamabad.  He is proficient in Arabic.  During 2000-2004 he was the Consul General of India, Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
and prior to that was First Secretary in Riyadh and Second Secretary/Third Secretary in Cairo, Egypt.  Amb. Akbaruddin has a Master's Degree in
Political Science and International Relations.  He is a passionate sports enthusiast.

Ms. Helen Clark, Administrator of UNDP.  (She is a Candidate for the new Secretary General position).  Prior to her appointment with UNDP, Helen
Clark served for nine years as Prime Minister of New Zealand, serving three successive terms from 1999-2008. Throughout her tenure as Prime
Minister, Helen Clark engaged widely in policy development and advocacy across the international, economic, social and cultural spheres. Under
her leadership, New Zealand achieved significant economic growth, low levels of unemployment, and high levels of investment in education and
health, and in the well-being of families and older citizens. She and her government prioritized reconciliation and the settlement of historical
grievances with New Zealand’s indigenous people and the development of an inclusive multicultural and multi-faith society.

Helen Clark advocated strongly for New Zealand’s comprehensive programme on sustainability and for tackling the problems of climate change.
Her objectives have been to establish New Zealand as being among the world’s leading nations in dealing with these challenges. Helen Clark was
also an active leader of her country’s foreign relations and policies, engaging in a wide range of international issues. As Prime Minister, Helen
Clark was a member of the Council of Women World Leaders, an international network of current and former women presidents and prime
ministers whose mission is to mobilize the highest-level women leaders globally for collective action on issues of critical importance to women
and equitable development.

Helen Clark held ministerial responsibility during her nine years as Prime Minister for New Zealand’s intelligence agencies and for the portfolio of
arts, culture and heritage. She has seen the promotion of this latter portfolio as important in expressing the unique identity of her nation in a
positive way.

Helen Clark came to the role of Prime Minister after an extensive parliamentary and ministerial career. First elected to Parliament in 1981, Helen
Clark was re-elected to her multicultural Auckland constituency for the tenth time in November 2008. Earlier in her career, she chaired
Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee.
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Dignitaries from England.
Dignitaries from Canada
Honorable Subachan Ram, Commissioner of Income Tax Mumbai Government
of India & Dr. Anurita Kapur a briefing & medical meeting with him.
H.E. Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin, Permanent Representative
of India to the United Nations at The Permanent Mission of India
& Dr. Anurita Kapur
H.E. Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin, PR at Permanent Mission of India
& Dr. Anurita Kapur & other dignitaries from United Kingdom.
H.E. Ambassador Zina Andrianarivelo, Permanent
Representative of Madagascar & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Honorable Mr. Atwal Speaker of Punjab Legislative & Dr. Anurita Kapur
a medical meeting with him.
Founder of Kalpana Foundation from Mumbai, India & Dr. Anurita Kapur
Honorable Subachan Ram, Commissioner of Income Tax Mumbai
Government of India - gave an excellent speech from his heart at the


Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to she attended:  REFUGEES AND MENTAL HEALTH: UNTOLD STORIES hosted by
Committee on Mental Health held on April 14, 2016 at the Church Center of the United Nations.

Introductory Remarks and Moderator:                                 
Dr. Pender M.D., Chair, NGO Committee on Mental Health
Mr. Jaccard, Founder and Director of AMT Children of Hope, a charitable organization established in 1998 to prevent infant
abandonment and provide dignified burials for deceased, abandoned newborns including infants born to refugees who were
raped while migrating to the United States.

Ms. Poutal she represents youth advocates and will discuss her recent trip to Lesbos Greece, to assist other Farsi speaking
volunteers and the development of an advocacy NGO on their behalf.

Newcomers High School students was created to provide immigrant students with an academic program geared to achieve
excellence by responding to their unique needs. In accomplishing this goal, our school has designed a rigorous instructional
program, while at the same time providing our students and their parents with a supportive environment in their new
country. Videos of the high school students' experiences were viewed.
Mr. Inder Singh Atwal, Former Member of Punjab Legislative Assembly
Honorable Officer Kachnowski, works with highly traumatic patients.
Dr. McCall, works with migration and refugees patients.
Dignitaries from England

Like last year on April 13, 2015, once again Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and she attended:  Prayers meetings for
"BRING BACK OUR GIRLS" held for the safe return of the 219 girls missing from the Nigerian School last year.  Anurita and
all attendees prayed for the safety of the 219 girls at the Chapel. The dignitaries and Anurita held lit white peace candles in
their hands and later all marched to
"Bring Back Our Girls March" to the Nigerian Embassy/Mission AND, the Rally began to
Bring Back Our Girls Rally at the Nigerian Embassy/Mission.  All these efforts were made to urge the Nigerian Government to
help to get the 219 missing girls back to their families.  This was held on April 14, 2016 at the Chapel of the Church Center of
the United Nations.

Program of Events included the following:
Christian Prayer by Rev. Dionne Boissiere - Host Church Center for the United Nations
Council Member Laurie Cumbo
Amichai Levie, Storahtelling, Inc.
Muslim Call to Prayer - Farid Johnson - Intersections International
Reports from Nigeria to the U.S. - R. Evon Idahosa, Esq and Dr. Olufunke Okome - Pathfinders Justice Initiative and Bring
Back Our Girls NYC (and Rev. Herbert Daughtry of Interfaith Religious Leaders of African Ancestry Concerned Abut the
Abducted Nigerian Girls)
Jewish Prayer - Naomi Less
Christian, Jewish and Muslim School Girls Proclamations
Later all marched to: Bring Back Our Girls March to the Nigerian Embassy
AND, the Rally began to Bring Back Our Girls Rally at the Nigerian Embassy

Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney organized the Empire State Building to be lit in Red and Purple Colors to remember over
200 Nigerian Girls who were kidnapped by the Terrorist Group Boko Haram.
The attendees were several international medias, U.S. & Nigerian dignitaries and many others.
With the Reverend - Red Tape on the face symbolizes Blood.  
"Bring Back our Girls"
Group and personal Prayers held to God to
"Bring Back our Girls" at the UN Chapel.
H.E. Ambassador Syed Akbaruddin, PR at Permanent Mission of
India & Dr. Anurita Kapur & other dignitaries from United Kingdom.

Dr. Anurita Kapur performed puja for Lord Vishnu, Lord Ganesh, Lord Shiva, Goddess Laxmi Devi, Goddess Maha Kaali Devi also
known in Sanskrit as: Kaalika Devi.
Special Prayers with Holy mantras recitation for each deity were performed to worship all the respective Gods and Goddesses in
April, 2016..
Most of these idols and puja utensils are made of pure gold & some jeweled with precious jewels all these and many other idols are a
collection of Anurita as she loves to collect "Hindu Murtis" (idols).  Anurita exclusively prepared all by herself all the pure desi desserts
and Hindu vegetarian foods for the offerings (bhog) for the Gods and to give away to the poor and others.

Explanations of the importance of all Gods & Goddesses by Anurita.

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to she attended major session/events at the United Nations:  (1) Special Sessions of the General
Assembly (UNGASS) on the world drug problems from April 19 to 22, 2016 held at UN Headquarters in New York, in accordance with
its resolutions 67/193 of 20 December 2012, 69/200 of 18 December 2014 and 70/181 of 17 December 2015.   
(2) The Paris Agreement
2016 Ceremony on Earth Day signed by the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on 22 April and will remain open for
signature for one year.  See the list below of the 175 Bold–Member States Countries that have signed the Paris Agreement and
deposited their instrument of ratification at the Ceremony for the Opening for Signature, on April 22, 2016.

(1) Special Sessions of the General Assembly (UNGASS) on the world drug problems from April 19 to 22, 2016 held at UN
Headquarters in New York, in accordance with its resolutions 67/193 of 20 December 2012, 69/200 of 18 December 2014 and 70/181 of
17 December 2015.
The international drug control conventions were explicitly concerned with the health and welfare of people and provide for protective measures
from risks linked to drug use for non-medical purposes (hereinafter referred to as ‘drug use’) and drug use disorders through drug use
prevention, as well as through treatment, care, rehabilitation and social reintegration for people with drug use disorders or in need of services to
prevent related health problems. Drug use and drug use disorders continue to create an unacceptable burden on individuals, families,
communities and societies. It is estimated that a total of 246 million people, or 1 out of 20 people between the ages of 15 and 64 years, used
drugs for non-medical or non-scientific purposes in 2013. Of these, 27 million people (or 1 in 10 people who use drugs) suffer from drug use
disorders, whilst 187,100 people who use drugs lost their lives prematurely, including from drug overdose. Almost half of the people with drug
use disorders also suffer from other co-occurring mental health disorders. Member States have recently recognised the powerful connection
between substance use, drug use, health and development by adopting Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3.5, thus committing themselves
to strengthening drug prevention and treatment. This development should 2 be a call for joint action by the international community, national
Governments, civil society and the private sector.

Demand reduction and related measures, including prevention and treatment, as well as health-related issues; and ensuring the availability
of controlled substances for medical and scientific purposes, while preventing their diversion (“drugs and health”).
(i) Demand reduction and related measures, including prevention and treatment, as well as health-related issues, including HIV/AIDS prevention,
treatment and care.
(ii)  Ensuring the availability of controlled substances for medical and scientific purposes, while preventing their diversion
(iii)  Supply reduction and related measures; responses to drug-related crime; and countering money-laundering and promoting judicial
cooperation (“drugs and crime”).  
International commitment to a collaborative approach to supply reduction remains key, particularly if gains made in this regard are to be
sustained and new and emerging drug-related organised crime threats are to be successfully countered. Enhanced cooperation is crucial to
disrupting and dismantling drug trafficking organisations. Such cooperation could range from more formal levels, such as between States
concluding bi-lateral agreements on mutual legal assistance and technical support, to informal operational collaboration between mandated
national authorities responsible for implementing supply reduction strategies. While some progress has been made in this area, still more
remains to be done. Cross-border cooperation facilitates effective border controls. Strengthened border management strategies, coordination
with cross-border counterparts and professional skills capacity building for border agencies are on-going needs that require support and
attention. Sharing information and, as appropriate, developed intelligence on drug-related criminal matters is critical to successful supply
reduction. A robust response is needed to counter the serious challenges posed by the links between drug trafficking, corruption and other
forms of organised crime, including money laundering and the financing of terrorism. Sub-regional and international 2 networks to counter
money laundering are gaining momentum, but they still require support to mainstream their operations into effective counter measures. The
regional networks of authorities established for sharing information and coordination on trafficking and anti-organised crime investigations
should be similarly strengthened. Analysis of reliable data is needed on the changing relationships between crime groups and the commodities
they trade so as to ensure effective policy making and interventions.
(iv)  Domestic, regional and cross-regional responses to drug related crime; and countering money-laundering, including, where appropriate, in
connection with the financing of terrorism, and promoting judicial cooperation in criminal matters.
(v)  Addressing emerging issues, including new psychoactive substances, precursors and the misuse of the Internet.  
(vi) Cross-cutting issues: drugs and human rights, youth, women, children and communities
(v)  Addressing drug-related issues in full conformity with the purposes and the principles of the Charter of the United Nations, international law
and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other relevant international law, including the three drug control conventions
(viii) Drugs and youth, women, children and communities
(vi)  Cross-cutting issues: new challenges, threats and realities in preventing and addressing the world drug problem in compliance with
relevant international law, including the three drug control conventions; strengthening the principle of common and shared responsibility and
international cooperation.
Emerging challenges on health The unprecedented emergence of potentially dangerous psychoactive substances,
which are not under international control, has led to their increased abuse, hospital emergency admissions, and sometimes fatalities. These
new psychoactive substances (NPS), while often marketed as “legal” alternatives to substances under international control, may pose public
health and safety threats comparable to those of traditional illicitly used substances.
(vii)  New challenges, threats and realities in preventing and addressing the world drug problem in compliance with relevant international law,
including the three drug control conventions.
 Emerging challenges in supply The internet has increasingly been used for the illicit sale of
internationally controlled narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances, precursor chemicals and new psychoactive substances. Various online
platforms including social media networks and chat rooms are continually being used by drugs traffickers to advertise and illicitly offer
controlled substances for sale thereby gaining access to new clients who may not have actively sought to purchase such substances.  One of
the new emerging trends after the 2009 Political Declaration has been the use of the Internet, including the darknet, for trafficking purposes,
notably for ecstasy, hallucinogens, cocaine, ketamine and other synthetic drugs, less so for heroin and methamphetamine. Such trafficking
continues to take place despite of major international law enforcement successes in shutting down some of the major trading platforms on the
darknet, such as Silk Road (2013) and Silk Road 2.0 (2014).
(viii)  Strengthening the principle of common and shared responsibility and enhancing international cooperation, including technical assistance,
leading up to 2019
(ix)  Alternative development; regional, interregional and international cooperation on developmentoriented balanced drug control policy;
addressing socioeconomic issues
(x)   Drugs, addressing socioeconomic issues and fostering alternative development, including preventive alternative development;
(xi)   Enhancing regional, interregional and international cooperation on development-oriented, balanced drug control policy.
 From illicit
cultivation and production to trafficking and use, the world drug problem, with all its ramifications, is intertwined with a vast array of social and
economic issues. This exerts great pressure on development efforts, which in turn have an influence on the world drug problem. Interventions
made in response to the world drug problem themselves generate further interplay with the broader development context and introduce
additional complexity to this dynamic. The importance of this interaction is increasingly recognized by the international community, as reflected
in the preparatory discussions for the 2016 Special Session of the United Nations General Assembly on the world drug problem.

(2) The Paris Agreement 2016 Ceremony on Earth Day signed by the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on 22 April
and will remain open for signature for one year.  See the list below of the 175 Bold-Member States Countries that have signed the
Paris Agreement and deposited their instrument of ratification at the Ceremony for the Opening for Signature, on April 22, 2016.
Why is the Paris Agreement such a big deal?
Humans are causing global warming primarily by burning fossil fuels like coal, gas and oil, and by chopping down rainforests. If we don't stop
doing that stuff we're going to ruin the future. We risk making the planet unlivable for future generations. Warming threatens to drown coastal
cities, push animals to extinction, decrease crop yields in certain regions and encourage the spread of disease.  The United Nations had been
trying for decades to get countries to agree on a framework for fighting climate change, which is a unique problem in that it requires the
cooperation of polluters around the world. The Paris Agreement sets in motion a process for steep emissions cuts -- and it establishes the
important goal of limiting warming to only 1.5 or 2 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels.  Symbolically, the agreement shows something
that never has been apparent before: The world is united on this issue. We finally are starting to recognize we have a moral responsibility to act.

Dr. Anurita Kapur attended the High-Level Meetings at the General Assembly Hall and other locations.  Anurita stated, she was as
always honored to be among the elite crowd which was full of worldwide charismatic leaders who were from the UN Member States
of 175 International Countries which included: Presidents, Prime Ministers, Foreign Ministers, Ambassadors of Permanent Missions
and many Royal Families.  She stated, that she felt so exhilarated by meeting all the world leaders out of which many are personally
known to her and are her friends who were present there to make a difference in the World and to benefit their respective countries.  
She said, "The UNGA Sessions are a great time to get reconnected with all my international friends who are like-minded people and it
is truly a pleasure to be in their company in New York City to make an impact and a difference in the world."

During and after the High-Level Meetings at the United Nations, Anurita yet again had the pleasure of meeting with many of these
visiting countries' Presidents and Prime Ministers at the United Nations and at private meetings arranged by them at other locations
in New York to further her talks with them about her businesses and collaboration to build hospitals in their countries and to provide
medical services to their countries.  All of Anurita’s meetings were very successful and well received by the International Countries
Presidents, Prime Ministers and others.  Since these world leaders thought that Anurita’s ideas and medical projects will be
beneficial to their countries, lots of these world leaders are collaborating with Anurita on her medical ventures to build hospitals and
to enhance the medical system in their respective countries.   Anurita who is very passionate towards her medical and humanitarian
services is very pleased with the positive responses of her collaboration with her international high-level friends/partners as she
desires to build a hospital in each country of the world not only as an investment but to help people all around the world.  As
mentioned before, Anurita wants to work with these respective governments of the worldwide countries as their partner in medicine.

Our Disclaimer: As mentioned before in Dr. Kapur's Medical Ventures Announcements  (For now, Anurita said that she will be
keeping all of her high-level meetings & names of all her worldwide governmental partners and contacts confidential for safety and
security of the investments and due to conflict of interest reasons.  Also, to mainly protect her ideas, investments, medical contracts
and her high-level contacts from being stolen and misused by:
 vulture-like people who are evil minded, greedy, opportunists, having
professional jealousies of her work & success and some are just brainless copy-catters who lack originality; thus these crooks are
looking for a shortcut to success by stealing her created: original ideas and personal & business styles
- these types who had tried
to hurt & steal her opportunities from her in the past to deprive her of getting medical contracts which rightfully belonged to her due
to all her hard work and causing her to have large sums of losses of money, time and efforts.  Due to such negative past
experiences, Anurita stated that she does not want to take a chance by divulging names of her high-level international
contacts/partners until later.)

Please see (right below) the list of the names of the World Leaders present at the United Nations
Headquarters that Anurita was surrounded by, in action with and she met with and greeted so many of them
including U.S. Secretary of State Mr. John Kerry.

(1) H.E. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.   (2) H.E. Ban ki-Moon, UN Secretary General.   (3) His Excellency
Ollanta Humala Tasso, President of the Republic of Peru.   
(5) His Excellency Evo Morales Ayma, President of
the Plurinational State of Bolivia.  
(6) His Excellency Juan Manuel Santos Calderón, President of the Republic
of Colombia   
(7) Her Excellency Ms. Michelle Bachelet, President of Republic of Chile.    (8) His Excellency K.
Shanmugam, Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law of Singapore.   
(9) Her Excellency Sophie Lohde,
Minister of Health of Denmark.   
(10) Her Excellency Jane Philpott, Minister of Health of Canada.   (11) His
Excellency Bernard Nottage, Minister of National Security of the Bahamas.   
(12) His Excellency Dario Nakić,
Minister of Health of Croatia.   
(13) His Excellency Emmanuel Caparas, Secretary of the Department of Justice
of the Philippines.   
(14) Her Excellency Susana Mabel Malcorra, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Argentina.   
(15) His Excellency Mikheil Janelidze, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Georgia.   (16) His Excellency Rahmani
Fazli, Minister of Interior of the Islamic Republic of Iran.   
(17) His Excellency Michael Farrugia, Minister for
the Family and Social Solidarity of Malta.   
(18) Her Excellency Kamina Johnson Smith, Minister for Foreign
Affairs and Foreign Trade of Jamaica.   
(19) Her Excellency Marlene Mortler, Federal Government Drug
Commissioner of Germany.   
(20) His Excellency Martin van Rijn, Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport of the
(21) His Excellency Sagala Ratnayake, Minister of Law and Order and Southern Development of
Sri Lanka.   
(22) His Excellency Svatopluk Němeček, Minister of Health of the Czech Republic.   (23) Her
Excellency María Esther Reus González, Minister of Justice of Cuba.   
(24) His Excellency Lejeune Mbella
Mbella, Minister for External Relations of Cameroon.   
(25) Her Excellency Hanna Serwaa Tetteh, Minister for
Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration of Ghana.   
(26) His Excellency Amayi Kossi Baumodom, Executive
Secretary of the National Anti-Drug Commission of Togo.   
(27) the Chairs of the Delegations of Indonesia and
Trinidad and Tobago.   
(28) Mr. Marat Demeuov, Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs of Kazakhstan.   (29) Mr.
Dimby Noelson Hama, Secretary-General of Interministerial Anti-Drug Commission of Madagascar.   
(30) the
Chair of the Delegation of Liechtenstein.   
(31) Mr. Fernando Araújo, Secretary of State Assistant and of
Health of Portugal.   
(32) His Excellency Urmas Reinsalu, Minister of Justice of Estonia.   (33) His Excellency
General Paiboon Koomchaya, Minister of Justice of Thailand.   
(33) His Excellency Juras Pozela, Minister of
Health of Lithuania.   
(34) His Excellency Sohn Mungi, Minister of Food and Drug Safety of the Republic of
(35) His Excellency Vladimir Makei, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Belarus.   (36) Mr. Jesús Gracia
Aldaz,Vice-Minister for International Cooperation and Iberoamerica of Spain.   
(37) Colonel Gerry Chanda,
Deputy Minister of Home Affairs of Zambia.   
(38) Mr. Marek Tombarkiewicz, Vice-Minister of Health of
(39) Mr. Le Quy Vuong, Deputy Minister of Public Security of Viet Nam.   (40) Ms. Evika Siliņa,
Parliamentary Secretary of the Ministry of Interior of Latvia.   
(41) His Excellency Andrea Orlando, Minister of
Justice of Italy.   
(42) Mr. Ken Wyatt, Assistant Minister for Health and Aged Care of Australia.   (43) Ms.
Christina Papoutsopoulou-Diamantopoulou, National Drug Coordinator of Greece.   
(43) Ms. Elona Hoxha,
Vice-Minister of Interior of Albania.   
(44) Mr. Imre Nyitrai, Deputy State Secretary for Social Affairs of
(45) Mr. Michael Botticelli, Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy of
the United States.   
(46) Lieutenant General Sulaiman Fahad Al-Fahad, Under-Secretary, Ministry of Interior of
(47) Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitiyabha of Thailand, Ministry of Justice of the Kingdom of
Thailand, and the International Drug Policy Consortium.    
(48)  Her Royal Highness Princess Sara Zeid of
Kingdom of Jordan.  
(49) His Excellency Seiji Kihara, State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Japan.   (50) Mr. LIU
Yuejin, Deputy Commissioner of China National Narcotics Control Commission, Vice Minister of Public
Security, China.   
(51) H.E. Mr. Unnas Reinsalu, Minister of Justice, Estonia.   (52) His Excellency Svatopluk
Nemecek, Minister of Health, Czech Republic.   
(53) Prime Minister Hon. Perry Christie, Commonwealth of the
(54) His Excellency Robelio Moro, Minister, Argentina.    (55) His Excellency Milton Romani,
Minister, Uruguay.    
(56) His Excellency Ana H. Chacon, Vice President, Costa Rica.   (57) His Excellency
Reyes Alvarado, Minister, Colombia.   
(58) Her Excellency Claudia Ruiz Massieu, Foreign Minister, Mexico.   
(59) H.E. Alan Berset, Head of the Federal Department of Home Affairs and Swiss Federal Minister of Health
and Social Affairs, Switzerland.    
(60) H.E. Bernt Hoie, Minister of Health and Care Services, Norway.   
(61) His Excellency Gabriel Wikstrom, Minister for Health Care, Public Health and Sport, Sweden.    
(62) Ms. Chloe Dunnett, National Drug Coordinator, UK Government, United Kingdom.   (63) Ms. Marlene
MortIer, Federal Drugs Commissioner, Germany.    
(64) Ravindra Fernando, Chairman of the National
Dangerous Drugs Control Board, Sri Lanka.    
(65) Ms. Anne Maria-Goretti, Justice for All, IDPC, West Africa
Drug Policy Network, Ghana.    
(66) Ms. Nang Pann Ei Kham, Drug Policy Advocacy Group, Myamnar.    (67)
His Excellency Dato Paduka Awang Haji Hamdan bin Haji Abu Bakar, Deputy Minister at the Prime Minister’s
Office of Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam.    
(68) Cyprus.   (69) Algeria.   (70) Nicaragua.   (71) United Republic
of Tanzania.   
(72) Finland.   (73) United Arab Emirates.   (74) Bangladesh.   (75) Belize.   (76) Monaco.   
(77) Libya.    (78) Mongolia.   (79) Romania.   (80) Slovenia.   (81) Republic of Jordan.   (82) El Salvador.   
(83) Sudan.   (84) Benin.   (85) Suriname.   (86) Nepal.   (87) Russian.   (88) Saint Vincent.   (89) Grenadines
(90) Iceland.   (91) Côte d’Ivoire.   (92) Myanmar.   (93) Venezuela.    (94) Armenia.   (95) Honduras.   (96) Qatar.
(97) Namibia.   (98) Burkina Faso.   (99) Ecuador.    (100) Holy See.  Delegations of:  (101) Luxembourg.
(102) Austria.    (103) Belgium.   (104) Brazil.   (105) Guyana.    (106) Israel.   World Bank Groups for:  
(107) Antigua and Barbuda.    (108) Barbados.   (109) Canada.    (110) Dominica.   (111) Grenada.   
(112) Guyana.   (113) Ireland.   (114) Saint Kitts and Nevis.  (115) Saint Lucia.   (116) Saint Vincent and the
(117) His Excellency Paul Herbert Oquist Kelley, Minister and Private Secretary for National
Policies of Nicaragua.    
(118) His Excellency Alfredo Suescum of Panama, President of the Trade and
Development Board of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.   
(119) His Excellency Dian
Triansyah Djani, Permanent Representative of Indonesia.   
(120) His Excellency Ambassador Karel J.G. van
Oosterom, Permanent Representative of Government of Kingdom of Netherlands.    
(121) His Excellency
Richard Nduhuura, Permanent Representative of Uganda.   (122) His Excellency Gholamali Khoshroo,
Permanent Representative of Islamic Republic of Iran.   
(123) His Excellency Andrei Dapkiunas, Permanent
Representative of Belarus.   
(124) His Excellency Martín García Moritán, Permanent Representative of
(125) His Excellency Christopher Grima, Permanent Representative of Malta.   (126) His Excellency
André Vallini, Minister of State for Development and Francophonie of France.   
(127) His Excellency Vladimir
Drobnjak, Permanent Representative of Croatia.   
(128) His Excellency Virachai Plasai, Permanent
Representative of Thailand.    
(129) His Excellency Igor Lukšić, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for
Foreign Affairs and European Integration of Montenegro.    
(130) His Excellency Paul Oquist Kelley, Minister
and Private Secretary for National Policies of Nicaragua.    
(131) The Honourable Advocate Ngoako
Ramatlhodi, Minister for Public Service and Administration of South Africa.   
(132) Her Excellency Maria
Teresa Gonçalves Ribeiro, Secretary of State of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of Portugal.   (133) His
Excellency Yasser Sobhi, Deputy Minister of Finance of Egypt.   
(134) His Excellency Mohamed Ahmed Shide,
State Minister for the Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation of Ethiopia.   
(135) His Excellency Degol
Mendes, Secretary of State.    
(136) Her Excellency Rhonda King, Permanent Representative of Saint Vincent
and the Grenadines.    
(137) His Excellency Omer Dahab Fadl, Permanent Representative of the Sudan.   
(138)  Mr. Neil Briscoe, Head of the Global Partnerships Department, United Kingdom Department for
International Development.   
(139) Mr.Ahmed bin Mohammed Al-Muraikhi, Director of the International
Development Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Qatar.   
(140) His Excellency Courtenay Rattray,
Permanent Representative of Jamaica.   (141) Ms. Marcia Colquhoun, Deputy Head of the Agenda 2030 Task
Force, Global Affairs Canada.   
(142) Mr.Michael Gerber, Special Envoy for Global Sustainable Development,
Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland.   
(143) His Excellency George Wilfred Talbot, Permanent
Representative of Guyana.   
(144) Ms. Nwe Nwe Win, Director General of the Ministry of Planning and Finance
of Myanmar.   
(145) Ms. Stephanie Amadeo, United States Deputy Representative to the Economic and Social
(146) Ms. Claudia Aguilar, Special Envoy and Adviser to the Minister for Foreign Affairs of El
(147) Her Excellency Caitlin Wilson, Deputy Permanent Representative of Australia.   (148) Mr.
Young-ju Oh, Deputy Permanent Representative of the Republic of Korea.    
(149) Ms. Larisa Miculet, Deputy
Permanent Representative of the Republic of Moldova.   
(150) Mr. Sergey Kononuchenko, Deputy Permanent
Representative of the Russian Federation.    
(151) Ms. Maria Eugenia del Castillo, Counsellor, Permanent
Representative of the Dominican Republic.    
(152) Hon. Peter Dunne, Associate Minister of Health, New
(153) His Excellency Neven Mimica, Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development,
(154) Her Excellency Lourdes O. Yparraguirre, Permanent Representative of the Republic of the
(155) Her Royal Majesty Queen Silvia Sommerlath of Sweden.    (156) 193 Permanent Missions
to the UN’s Permanent Representatives, Deputy Permanent Representative and staff invited too.   
(157) Many
other UN Organizations invited.

(176)  Gulf Cooperation Council.   (178)  Economic Coopration Organization.  (179) Collective Security Treaty
Organization Secretariat.  
(180) INTERPOL   (181) World Customs Organization.   (182) Organization of
American States.    
(183) Mr. Khalid Alkhudairy World Bank Group Executive Director for Saudi Arabia.   
(184) Dr. Dyah Setia Utami, pKJ, MARs, Deputy Head of the National Narcotics Board, Indonesia.   (185) M.R.
Disnadda Diskul, Chainnan of the Board of the Mae Fah Luang Foundation under Royal Patronage of
Thailand Eastern European States Group.    
(186) Mr. Konstantin Gobrusenko, Deputy Head of Department on
countering Money Laundering of the Federal Monitoring Service, Russian Federation.    
(187) Mr. Christian
Leffler, Deputy Secretary General for Economic and Global Issues, European External Action Service Latin
America and Caribbean States Group.    
(189) Ms. Priscilla Chavez Mendez, ACEID, Costa Rica.    (190) Mr.
Matej Kosir, Institute for Research and Development, Slovenia.    
(191) Commission on Narcotic Drugs.    (192)
Mr. Michel Sidibe, Executive Director, UNAIDS.   
(193) Mr. Werner Sipp, President of the Board.   (194) Mr.
Jeffrey Feltman, Under Secretary General for Political Affairs (DPA).   
(195) Mr. Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, High
Commissioner for Human Rights.    
(196) Mr. Yury Fedotov, Executive Director UNODC.     (197) Mr. Min Zhu,
Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.    
(198) Ms. Jo Marie Griesgraber, Executive
Director of New Rules for Global Finance Coalition.    
(199) Mr. Puvan Selvanathan, Head of the International
Trade Center.   
(200) Mr. Hans-Peter Werner, Counsellor and Head of the Committee on Trade and
Development Unit, Development Division of the World Trade Organization.    
(201) Mr. Andrew Hirsch,
Director-General of the International Intellectual Property Institute.    
(202) Mr. Robert York, Division Chief,
Financial Institution, Statistics Department, International Monetary Fund.   
(203)  Mr. John James Pullinger,
National Statistician, United Kingdom.   
(204) European Union.

During and after the UNGA Special Sessions (UNGASS) and Anurita's personal meetings with the world
leaders, as usual Anurita was interviewed by many international Channels where she made the statements
listed above and talked about the success of the UNGASS Sessions on the World Drug Problems and coming
up with eloquent and sophisticated solutions to this problem was a positive sign showing how concerned
the world leaders were related to this global issue.  Anurita also stated that, “It was a Historic Day to be
celebrating Earth Day 2016 at the United Nations Headquarters a truly great feeling to be among the 175 high-
level world leaders who were in New York to sign the Paris Treaty 2016 on Climate Change.” Like every year,
once again, Anurita said, "I was so proud of and delighted to be surrounded by, being under one roof at the
United Nations, and being in action with these world leaders and, greeting them - it was an exhilarating
(See right above: the list of the world leaders' names and organizations present).  Anurita also stated
that she had very successful medical meetings with many, many worldwide leaders present in New York and
the positive steps that are being taken towards collaboration with those countries.  She stated that she
expresses her thanks to everyone at the United Nations and to the 9-layers of high level security which
included: (NYPD, Dog Squads "K9", U.S. Army Bomb Squads, TSA, FBI, Secret Service, Helicopter
surveillances, United Nations Security and Intelligence Agencies of all respective countries accompanying
the International Countries Presidents, Prime Ministers and royalties and some more).  All of them made this
a secure, safe and smooth operation as they were working tirelessly day and night to protect us all during the
UNGA Special Sessions & High-Level Meetings at the United Nations.  She also thanked many of the
aristocratic hotels and places in New York City that hosted her meetings arranged by the world leaders.



Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and she attended A Conversation with Her Excellency Irina Georgieva Bokova on April, 2016.  
Currently, H.E. Bokova is a candidate for the United Nations Secretary General's position.  This meeting was held during the
heightened security in New York City while 175 World Leaders were in town.

H.E. Irina Georgieva Bokova
is a Bulgarian politician and the Director-General of UNESCO.  She served two terms in the Bulgarian
parliament, as deputy minister and acting minister of foreign affairs in the cabinet of Prime Minister Zhan Videnov.  She also served as Bulgaria's
ambassador to France and to Monaco, was Bulgaria's Permanent Delegate to UNESCO.  She was also the personal representative of Bulgaria's
President to the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie (2005–2009).

On 15 November 2009, she took office as the tenth Director-General of UNESCO, marking two firsts. She is both the first female and the first
Eastern European to head the agency. At UNESCO, Director-General Bokova advocates for gender equality, improved education and preventing
funding for terrorism, especially by enforcing the protection of intellectual goods.  A firm opponent of racism and anti-Semitism, Director-General
Bokova has led UNESCO's activities on Holocaust remembrance.

Anurita was very pleased to meet H.E. Bokova, she wished her well for running for the SG Position at the U.N. and she had many
other discussions during their conversations.

The United Nations took a historic step Tuesday to open up the usually secret process of selecting the next secretary-general, giving all countries the chance to
question candidates on such issues as how they would resist pressure from powerful nations, tackle sex abuse by U.N. peacekeepers, and improve efforts to achieve

Montenegro's Foreign Minister Igor Luksic was the first of eight candidates to face members of the U.N. General Assembly, citing his small Balkan nation's multiethnic
and multicultural diversity as well as his experience as a former prime minister and defense minister in seeking the U.N.'s top diplomatic post. UNESCO Director-General
Irina Bokova and former U.N. refugee chief Antonio Guterres followed.
General Assembly President Mogens Lykketoft called it "a historic moment ... without precedent at the United Nations."

"As the United Nations grapples with multiple crises and the organization deals with some fundamental questions regarding its own role and performance, finding the
best possible candidates to succeed Ban Ki-moon is absolutely crucial," Lykketoft said. "For the first time since this organization started 70 years ago, the process for
selecting and appointing the next secretary-general is being generally guided by the principles of transparency and inclusivity."

Under the U.N. Charter, the secretary-general is chosen by the 193-member General Assembly on the recommendation of the 15-member Security Council.

In practice, this has meant that the council's five permanent members — the U.S., Russia, China, Britain and France — have veto power over the candidates. That will
not change in deciding whom to recommend to succeed Ban, whose second five-year term ends on Dec. 31.

But Lykketoft told the assembly Tuesday that he views the question-and-answer sessions, which will continue through Thursday, "as a potential game-changer for the
United Nations."
"If there is a critical mass of countries supporting one single candidate, I don't think the Security Council will be coming up with quite a different name," he said. But "if
there are many, many candidates and no clear favorite, it could very well be that the absolute final word will be from the Security Council."

By tradition, the job of secretary-general has rotated among regions and Asia, Africa, Latin America and Europe have all held the top U.N. post. East European nations,
including Russia, argue that they have never had a secretary-general and it is their turn. There has also never been a woman secretary-general and a group of 56
nations are campaigning for the first female U.N. chief.

There are currently four women and four men who have thrown their hats in the ring — six from Eastern Europe, one from Western Europe and one from the Asia-
Pacific region.
In addition to the three candidates questioned Wednesday, they are: former Macedonian Foreign Minister Srgjan Kerim; former Croatian Foreign Minister Vesna Pucic;
former Slovenian President Danilo Turk; former Moldovan Foreign Minister Natalia Gherman; and former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who heads the U.N.
Development Program.
While Tuesday's session was under way, another candidate announced his entry into the race: former Serbian foreign minister and General Assembly president Vuk
Jeremic said in Belgrade that the government will be nominating him.

In his lead-off presentation, Luksic spoke in both English and French — the two working languages of the United Nations — and said thank you in the four other
working languages as well, Spanish, Arabic, Russian and Chinese. Both Bokova and Guterres added Spanish to French and English in their sessions.

Luksic stressed the importance of promoting women in top U.N. posts and said if the secretary-general is from a country in the developed north, the deputy secretary-
general should be from the developing south. And he proposed that the deputy secretary-general be based in Nairobi to focus on implementing the new U.N. goals for
2030 to tackle poverty and preserve the environment as well as key regional issues.

Bokova, who is from Bulgaria, said "it's time to give women the opportunity to develop as equal members of society," adding that she has almost achieved gender
parity in managerial positions at UNESCO. She said the secretary-general has "tremendous moral authority" and should use it to appeal to world leaders and civil
society on key global issues.

Guterres, a former Portuguese prime minister, said the most important job of the secretary-general is to deliver results.

"Let's be clear: We have too many meetings, with too many people, discussing too many issues with too little decisions," he said.

Algeria, representing the Non-Aligned Movement of more than 100 developing countries, asked Luksic how he would resist pressure from the major powers. The
Montenegro minister suggested that the question be asked after a first five-year term saying "the only way to measure it is by results."

Guterres said in response to the same question: "I cannot say that I can avoid pressure. I can resist pressure."




Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to Her Royal Majesty Queen Silvia Sommerlath of Sweden - The Queen's speech at UNGASS
special Event on "Drug prevention Listen First”, in April, 2016 in New York.

Her Royal Majesty Queen Silvia Sommerlath is the daughter of the late Walther Sommerlath and his Brazilian wife Alice, née de Toledo,
also deceased. The Queen has two older brothers: Ralf and Walther Sommerlath. Her third brother, Jörg Sommerlath, passed away in 2006.

The Sommerlath family lived in Sao Paulo, Brazil between 1947 and 1957, where Walther Sommerlath held various positions, including President
of the Brazilian subsidiary of Swedish company Uddeholm. The family returned to West Germany in 1957.
Education and Professional Life:  Silvia Renate Sommerlath graduated from high school in Düsseldorf in 1963. Between 1965 and 1969 she
studied at the Munich School of Interpreting, majoring in Spanish.  After graduating, Silvia Sommerlath worked at the Argentinean Consulate in

Work with the Olympic Committee:  Silvia Sommerlath worked as a hostess trainer with the Organising Committee for the Munich Olympic
Games between 1971 and 1973. She then became Deputy Head of Protocol of the Organising Committee for the Winter Olympics in Innsbruck,

Family:  Silvia Sommerlath met Crown Prince Carl Gustaf at the 1972 Olympic Games.  The engagement of King Carl XVI Gustaf and Silvia
Renate Sommerlath was announced on 12 March 1976. They were married on 19 June the same year, at Stockholm Cathedral.  Initially the Royal
Family lived in an apartment at the Royal Palace of Stockholm. In 1982 they moved to Drottningholm Palace.  
Her family members:    H.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria    H.R.H. Prince Daniel    H.R.H. Princess Estelle    H.R.H. Prince Oscar    
H.R.H. Prince Carl Philip    H.R.H. Princess Sofia    H.R.H. Princess Madeleine    H.R.H. Princess Leonore    H.R.H. Prince Nicolas

Official Duties:  Queen Silvia often accompanies King Carl Gustaf on official trips in Sweden and state visits abroad.

She makes regular visits to national and municipal authorities, as well as schools, universities and other educational institutions, in order to
gather information.  She frequently participates in anniversary events, openings of conferences and symposia and other official events.

The Queen is a member of the Lutheran Church of Sweden.

Speaks six languages:  In addition to Swedish, The Queen also speaks German, English, French, Spanish and Portuguese.

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to and she attended an Event meeting with the high-level dignitaries including Her Royal
Highness Sarah Zeid for interviews and Q&A's in April, 2016 by the Digital Media.

Her Royal Highness Princess Sarah Zeid of Jordan she is the wife of Prince Zeid Ra’ad Zeid Al-Hussein the current United Nations High
Commissioner for Human Rights, having taken up this post in September 2014.  He is the son of HRH Prince Ra'ad bin Zeid, Lord Chamberlain of
Jordan, and his Swedish-born wife Margaretha Inga Elisabeth Lind, subsequently known as Majda Raad.  Previously, he was Jordan's Permanent
Representative to the United Nations. From 2007 to 2010 he served as Jordan's Ambassador to the United States and non-resident Ambassador
to Mexico.  Zeid played a central role in the establishment of the International Criminal Court, and was elected the first president of the Assembly
of State Parties of the International Criminal Court in September 2002.  He also served as a political affairs officer in UNPROFOR, in the former
Yugoslavia, from 1994 to 1996.  His paternal grandmother was the renowned Turkish painter Princess Fahrelnissa Zeid who was married to
Prince Zeid bin Hussein.

Prince Zeid was married on the 5 July 2000 in Amman to Sarah Butler, known as Princess Sarah Zeid after her marriage, who was born in
Houston, Texas.  She was educated at Prior's Field, Hurtwood House in Surrey, and has a BA in International Relations from the University of St.
Thomas in Houston, Texas and an MSC in Development Studies from SOAS, University of London.  She was then employed with the United
Nations Organization in New York City, where she served in the development program, the peace-keeping department and UNICEF.  She is the
daughter of Dr. Godfrey Butler, a British geologist and a consultant to international oil companies, and Jean H. Butler.



Dr. Anurita Kapur at a high-level private meeting with Honorable Kamina Johnson Smith she is the Foreign Affairs and
Foreign Trade Minister of Jamaica, Ms Shorna Kay Richards, Deputy Permanent Representative of Jamaica and His
Excellency Ambassador Mr. Courtenay Rattray, Permanent Representative of Jamaica held in April, 2016 in New York.

Honorable Kamina Johnson Smith,  is the Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade Minister of Jamaica.  She is an Attorney-at-Law by profession,
with approximately 15 years at the Jamaican Bar.  In 2014 she opened her own law firm, after serving as Company Secretary and Head of
Corporate Affairs and Projects (Legal) of Cable & Wireless Jamaica Limited.  On 7th March 2016, she received her appointment as the Minister of
Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Jamaica.  In December 2009, Minister Johnson Smith was appointed Government Senator and from January
2012, served as an Opposition Senator with the responsibility of Opposition Whip.  She was also appointed the Spokesperson on Education and
Youth in February 2015.  In addition to her portfolio responsibilities, the Minister has a keen interest in governance, education, youth and gender
affairs, and has successfully tabled Parliamentary motions regarding public sector governance, reintegration of teen mothers in the formal
school system, and the review of laws related to violence against women, children, the elderly and persons living with disabilities.

Ms Shorna Kay Richards, Minister, Deputy Permanent Representative and Head of Chancery.  She is on the UNGA Main
Committee First Committee (Disarmament and International Security) Fourth Committee (Decolonization & Political) Specialized Bodies Peace
Building Commission; Committee on Relations with Host Country; UN Security Council Reform (Inter-Governmental Negotiations); Credentials
Committee; UNGA Revitalization Group NAM Coordinating Bureau CELAC Forum of Small States (FOSS) Plenary International Political, Peace
and Security Items Conflict Prevention Oceans and Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) Special Assignment UNGA General debate; Mandate Review/UNGA

Dr. Anurita Kapur at a high-level private meeting with the Honorable Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, CF, MSD, OStJ Prime-
Minister of Fiji, His Excellency Ambassador Peter Thomson, Permanent Representative of Fiji to the United Nations and other
Government Officials of Fiji (during heightened security with Secret Services) held in April, 2016 in New York.

Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama, CF, MSD, OStJ, Fijian Navy, known commonly as Frank Bainimarama and sometimes by the chiefly title
Ratu, is a Fijian naval officer who has been Prime Minister of Fiji since 2007.  He was the Commander of the Fijian Military Forces from 1999 to
2014.  While serving as Prime Minister, he has temporarily held various ministerial portfolios: Information, Home Affairs, Immigration, Public
Service, Indigenous and Multi-Ethnic Affairs, Finance, and Foreign Affairs.  On 22 September 2014, he was sworn-in as the Prime Minister of Fiji
by President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau after his Fiji First Party won the general elections.  Bainimarama has taken power twice in Fiji's history, the first
time as Head of the Interim Military Government of Fiji from 29 May to 13 July 2000, after organising a counter-coup to neutralise the ethnic Fijian
putsch led by George Speight. He handed power over to the newly appointed President Ratu Josefa Iloilo. He was instrumental in the rise to
power of the government of the Prime Minister, Laisenia Qarase, but his intense criticism of the government's policy of showing leniency
towards persons implicated in the coup later strained his relations with the regime, and on 5 December 2006, he overthrew the Qarase
government and announced that he had "reluctantly" assumed the powers of the presidency.  He restored Ratu Josefa Iloilo to the Presidency on
4 January 2007, and was formally appointed Interim Prime Minister by Iloilo the next day.  The appointment was declared lawful by the Supreme
Court of Fiji in October 2008.  Bainimarama stepped down on 10 April 2009 as interim prime minister, after the country's court of appeal ruled the
removal of the democratic government during his 2006 military coup was unlawful.  President Ratu Josefa Iloilo then announced that he had
abolished the constitution, assumed all governing power and revoked all judicial appointments. He reappointed Bainimarama as prime minister.  
The media has dubbed Fiji a "Bainimarama republic", a play on banana republic.

Ambassador Peter Thomson, took up office as Fiji’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations in February 2010. He serves
concurrently as Fiji’s Ambassador to Cuba. Ambassador Thomson has held office as Vice President of the UN General Assembly for the 2011-
2012 session and as President of the Assembly of the International Seabed Authority for the 2011-2012 session.  For the duration of 2013, he
chaired the United Nation's largest negotiating bloc, the Group of 77 and China.  From January 2014 to January 2015, he served as President of
the Executive Board of UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS.  He is currently the President of the Council of the International Seabed Authority for its 2015-2016
session.  Between 1972 and 1987 Ambassador Thomson worked as a civil servant in the Government of Fiji in the fields of rural development and
foreign affairs.  His government career began as a district officer in the rural regions of Navua, Macuata and Taveuni.  In 1978, he joined the
Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Suva, where he worked on political, protocol and foreign aid responsibilities, before being seconded to the Pacific
Islands Forum Secretariat in 1979.  The Government of Fiji posted him to Tokyo in 1980 as Chargé d’Affaires, with the responsibility of opening
the Fiji Embassy in Japan. He remained in Tokyo thereafter as First Secretary (Economic) until 1984, when he was appointed Fiji Consul-General
in Sydney.  In 1986 he returned to Fiji to become Permanent Secretary of Information, first under the leadership of Prime Minister Ratu Sir
Kamisese Mara, and then under Prime Minister Dr Timoci Bavadra. In May 1987 he was appointed Permanent Secretary to the Governor-General,
Ratu Sir Penaia Ganilau, a position he held until his resignation from the civil service.  Ambassador Thomson has been a board member of the Fiji
Visitors Bureau, Fiji TV and Fiji Broadcasting Commission. From 1988 to 2009 he worked in private enterprise as a company director and
investment/management consultant specializing in Pacific affairs, with clients ranging from government agencies to regional organizations,
banks, universities and investment corporations. He was a founding director of Tabua Investments Ltd, the Denarau Island Resort development
company.  Ambassador Thomson is a founder member of the executive committees of the Australia-Fiji Business Council and the New Zealand-
Fiji Business Council, and in 2007 was made a life member of the latter council. He is a published author, with one of his books, ‘Kava in the
Blood’, being the winner of a Montana book award for non-fiction.  In 2014 he was made an Officer of the Order of Fiji, an award bestowed by the
President of Fiji recognising contributions and achievements by Fijians to the nation.

Dr. Anurita Kapur was invited to “Amphetamine-Type Stimulants: working towards humane drug policies” This was a
conference in conjunction of UNGASS on the World Drug Problem co-organized by Office of the Affairs and Projects under
Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitiyabha’s Initiative, Ministry of Justice of the Kingdom of Thailand, and International
Drug Policy Consortium held in April, 2016.

For at least the past decade, markets for amphetamine-type stimulants (ATS) have steadily grown and become in some regions, particularly
Southeast Asia, amongst the drugs most in supply and demand. Drug policy responses to ATS have typically focused on harsh punishment,
leading to disproportionate penalties and sentencing, over-incarceration and criminalisation of low-level market actors (eg. people who use or
engage in low-level smuggling and transportation, as higher-level actors are rarely caught), and unbalanced investment in law enforcement
measures at the expense of health interventions such as evidence-based drug treatment and harm reduction. These negative outcomes have
in turn led to damaging impacts on families, economic development, public health and human security. The objectives of this side event are as
follows: (1) Critically summarizing facts and lessons learned on the effects of ATS to individual and society (2) Exchange country and regional
experiences in seeking to resolve problems relating to the proliferation of ATS (3) Introduce new alternative approaches to addressing ATS-
related problems, and (4) To present the work of Thailand in seeking to manage and resolve the proliferation of ATS with new measures that
adopt a more humane approach, and contribute in the realization of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, particularly the Sustainable
Development Goals.

H.E. Gen. Nivat Meenayotin, Vice Minister of Justice ,Thailand, Dr. Apinun Aramrattana, Faculty of Medicine, Chiang Mai University,
Thailand, Dr. Carl L. Hart, Columbia University on “(Meth) amphetamine: Fact VS. Fiction and Lessons from the Crack Hysteria”.  Ms. Gloria Lai,
Senior Policy Officer, International Drug Policy Consortium on “ATS, harm reduction and associated global and regional drug policy
developments”.   Dr. Alex Wodak, President of the Australian Drug Law Reform Foundation on “Australia’s Experience of (Meth) amphetamine
Control”.  Associate Professor Sakchai Lertpanichpun, Criminal Justice Program, Faculty of Social Administration, Thammasat University,
Thailand on “Thailand’s Experience of (Meth) amphetamine Control.

Her Royal Highness Princess Bajrakitiyabha. She is the first grandchild of King Bhumibol and Queen Sirikit of Thailand, and the only child of
Crown Prince Maha Vajralongkorn with Princess Soamsavali.  On completion of her doctorate Princess Bajrakitiyabha worked for a time at the
Thai Permanent mission to the United Nations, in New York City, before returning to Thailand. In September 2006 she was appointed Attorney of
the Office of the Attorney General in Bangkok, and currently appointed to Office of the Attorney General of Udon Thani Province.  She runs the
"Kamlangjai" or "Inspire" project to reach out to Thai women in incarceration including pregnant inmates and their babies, and intends to assure
that female and pregnant inmates are given adequate assistance to prepare them to reenter society upon release.   She is also working on the
project called "ELFI", "Enhancing lives of Female Inmates", which proposes new rules for the treatment of women prisoners and non-custodial
measures for women offenders as a supplement to the 1955 Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.  Another project that the
princess is engaged in is "Friend in need of 'PA'" or "Princess Pa Foundation".   Her mother, Princess Soamsavali and the princess founded the
foundation in 1995 when Bangkok was flooded. The foundation aims to help poor people in rural areas and people affected by natural disasters.
From 2012 to 2014, she was the Thai Ambassador to Austria, until she took a post at the Office of the Attorney General.



Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a private dinner meeting with various Indian Government high ranking officers:  
Assistant Commissioner of Police, Superintendent of Police and The Indian Administrative Service (abbreviated as IAS).

IAS officers are the premier administrative civil service of the Government of India.  They hold key and strategic positions in
the Union Government, States and public-sector undertakings.

Gazetted officers include all the Indian Police Service officers and all State Police Services officers of and above the rank of
Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) or Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) in State Police and Metropolitan Police
forces respectively.
The meeting was organized by some Indian-American community leaders  held on April 23, 2016 in New York City.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to a meeting Topics:  • Aging and Demographic Change  • Medical Education at the University of
Cologne held at the German Mission on May 3, 2016 in Manhattan, New York City.

Representatives of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Cologne presented their cutting-edge research, which
addresses some of the leading health issues facing Western societies with a focus on diseases associated with aging
societies. The three main research areas center on cancer, tissue self-regulation (homeostasis), and neurology. The Cluster
of Excellence, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) as part of the federal and state Excellence Initiative, is a
focal point of aging research in Europe and enjoys high international visibility. The Faculty of Medicine at the University of
Cologne cooperates with 83 universities worldwide. The University offers 20 places annually to international (non-European)
undergraduates who are planning to major in Human Medicine. At the Networking Breakfast participants learned about the
application procedures and state-of-the-art teaching in the Cologne Model Medical Education Program. Information about
opportunities for doctoral students or interns in their final year to join the University of Cologne network was also presented.

Thomas Krieg, Dean of the Medical Faculty, University of Cologne Director of the Department of Dermatology, University Hospital of Cologne
Gereon R. Fink, Vice Dean of the Medical Faculty, University of Cologne Director of the Department of Neurology, University Hospital of
Björn Schumacher, Acting Director of the Cologne Cluster of Excellence for Cellular Stress Responses in Aging-associated Diseases (CECAD)
Konrad Brockmeier, Faculty Representative for Internationalization, University of Cologne, Director of the Department of Pediatric Cardiology,
University Hospital of Cologne.



Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to a medical meeting Topic:  Liver Diseases – A 21st Century Global Health Challenge held at the
German Mission on May 10, 2016 in Manhattan, New York City.

Experts predict that cases of liver disease will double by 2025, resulting in 25 million Americans suffering from chronic liver
failure and liver cirrhosis. Chronic liver failure can be treated by liver transplantation, however, the number of donor organs
is limited and more than 1.5 million people worldwide are dying of liver failure each year. Liver disease is further complicated
by the fact that liver cirrhosis represents the most important risk factor for the development of liver cancer or hepato-cellular
carcinoma (HCC).  HCC is a highly aggressive cancer, which makes it the second most common cause of cancer deaths
worldwide.  We learned about a new technology that identifies therapeutic targets for the treatment of liver failure and liver
cancer developed by the award-winning Prof. Dr. Lars Zender.  He discussed the role of academic drug discovery
infrastructures for rapidly translating validated therapeutic target structures into clinical applications.  Zender showed an
example of a novel and promising drug for the treatment of liver cancer, which entered clinical trials only 13 months after
completion of preclinical testing.


Prof. Dr. Lars Zender, was the youngest Leibniz Prize recipient in 2014. The focus of his research is the liver. Zender has decoded
fundamental new mechanisms that enable liver function to be maintained or restored. He has developed innovative mouse models which allow
RNAi-based functional genetic screens to be conducted directly in vivo and has successfully applied this methodology to identify new
therapeutic targets to treat liver failure as well as liver cancer.

The gastroenterologist's and oncologist’s second main area of research is the role of senescence (cell aging) in the development of cancer.
Zender was able to demonstrate that the “activation” of senescence prevents the formation of tumors from premalignant liver cells and thus
represents an important protective mechanism. His work in both fields has generated vital contributions to basic research and new possibilities
for the development and improvement of treatment methods.

Born in 1975, Zender began working at Hannover Medical School (MHH) in Germany. During his time there, he became involved in research
projects on the regulation of cell death in the liver. After completing his doctorate, receiving his license to practice medicine, and working as an
assistant physician at MHH, he joined the laboratory of Dr. Scott Lowe at the renowned Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in 2004 as a postdoctoral
researcher as part of the German Research Foundation’s (DFG) Emmy Noether Programme. After returning to Germany in 2008, he continued his
work as a leader of an Emmy Noether and an independent Helmholtz junior research group, turning down several invitations from institutions in
Germany and abroad. In 2012, he accepted a call to a full professorship at the University of Tübingen, one of the universities recognized by the
German Excellence Initiative. Zender works as a consultant on gastroenterology and gastrointestinal oncology and leads the Research Division
of Translational Gastrointestinal Oncology in Tübingen. He has received several awards for his work, most recently the renowned German
Cancer Award.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and she attended a talk on: THE MORNING THEY CAME FOR US Dispatches from Syria held on
May 4, 2016 in Manhattan, New York City.

Once in a decade comes an account of war that promises to be a classic.
Doing for Syria what Imperial Life in the Emerald City did for the war in Iraq, The Morning They Came for Us: Dispatches
from Syria bears witness to one of the most brutal, internecine conflicts in recent history.  Drawing from years of experience
covering Syria for Vanity Fair, Newsweek, and the front pages of the New York Times, award-winning journalist Janine di
Giovanni gives us a tour de force of war reportage, all told through the perspective of ordinary people—among them a
doctor, a nun, a musician, and a student. What emerges is an extraordinary picture of the devastating human consequences
of armed conflict, one that charts an apocalyptic but at times tender story of life in a jihadist war zone.
Recalling celebrated works by Ryszard Kapuscinski, Philip Gourevitch, and Anne Applebaum, The Morning They Came for
Us, through its unflinching account of a nation on the brink of disintegration, becomes an unforgettable testament to
resilience in the face of nihilistic human debasement.

Janine di Giovanni, Middle East Editor of Newsweek and contributing editor of Vanity Fair, is one of Europe's most respected and
experienced reporters. Her reporting has been called "established, accomplished brilliance" and she has been cited as "one of the finest foreign
correspondents of our generation."  She became an Ochberg Fellow at Columbia University in recognition of her work on violence and war and
the trauma it brings to society, and has been named as one of the 100 most influential people reducing armed conflict by Action on Armed
Violence (AOAV). She is also a Pakis Scholar at the Fletcher School for Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, as well as an Associate Fellow at
the Geneva Center for Policy Studies, and a non-resident fellow in International Security at the New America Foundation. Her themes are
conflict, crimes against humanity, refugee issues, transitional justice and security.  Her work is widely anthologized and in 2014 her article from
Harper's Magazine, "Life during Wartime," was chosen by the writer Paul Theroux as one of the essays included in The Best American Travel



Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended an event meeting with H.E. Ambassador Andre Schaller, Switzerland Consul
General of Switzerland at his private residence on May 26, 2016 in Manhattan, New York City.
The attendees were given a warm welcome from Ambassador André Schaller, who shared hospitality as well as much
information and insight into Swiss affairs and culture.  This was a very special affair that was held at his private residence.
Anurita had great meetings with the Swiss Ambassadors and commended them on the shared information.  She also
mentioned to Ambassadors of her fondness towards the Swiss Culture including other things such as: Swiss Cheese & its
other foods, Swiss Chocolates and, not to forget the Swiss Accounts.

The Consulate General of Switzerland in New York
Although the mission of the Consulate General of Switzerland in New York is to promote the interests of Switzerland and of Swiss citizens, it also
maintains a continuous effort to strengthen Swiss-American relations, friendship and common understanding. The Consulate General supports
many projects and events throughout the region that aim at furthering the dialogue and exchange between Swiss and Americans in all fields of
Switzerland is a multilingual and multicultural country of 8 million inhabitants located in the heart of Europe, with many economic, political, and
bilateral relations with the United States of America.

Switzerland and the United States
The United States is a major partner for Switzerland in all respects. Relations between Switzerland and the U.S. are extremely diverse and enjoy
a rich tradition. The number of Americans with Swiss origin is estimated to be around one million. The United States is the second largest export
market for Switzerland and an important hub for education and research.

Switzerland and the United States are also tightly connected through intensive cross-border investments. The U.S. is Switzerland's most
important destination for foreign direct investment (FDI); more so than Germany, France, Italy and the UK combined. The U.S. accounts for one
fifth of the total Swiss FDI stock abroad. With over $209 billion in direct investments, Switzerland ranks as the 6th largest foreign investor in
America.  Not only do Swiss companies directly create nearly half a million U.S. jobs, they are also especially active in manufacturing and
significantly outspend the affiliates of all other countries in research & development.

The goal of Swiss foreign policy is ensuring Switzerland's independence and security and promoting the nation's welfare. Through its foreign
policy, Switzerland also makes a contribution to the alleviation of need and poverty in the world, the respect for human rights and the promotion
of democracy as well as to the peaceful coexistence of peoples and the conservation of natural resources.

H.E. Ambassador Zehnder Olivier, Deputy Permanent Representative of Switzerland to the United Nations in New York.  He
was very informative about the Swiss international affairs.

Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and participated and marched at IWPG Peace Walk with Her Royal Highness Princess Maria of
Phillipines, Queen Mother and many other dignitaries along with various religious organizations.  The Event was:  3rd
Annual International Peace Youth Group (IPYG) Peace Walk. This year over one million youth participated globally to gather
to walk for peace.  In New York, the peace walk was held beginning at the Dag Hammarskjold Plaza across the United
Nations.  Everyone's participation was not only valuable but also crucial for the fulfillment of peace in the world.
Youth across the world are demanding immediate peace against all ongoing violence. Peace walks are one of the greatest
ways to build awareness and empower communities to be a part of this change.  Let us not think but let us act upon peace
now.  We do not just represent ourself but we represent the world. The world needs us all.  Let’s do it together.  Let’s walk
for Peace!  The Peace March was held on May 26, 2016 in Manhattan, New York City.

With many dignitaries Anurita spoke on promoting World Peace for our Mother Earth and how she strongly feels that the
entire world is our family and we need to treat all humanity equally by giving them respect and being compassionate towards
all - so that we can have peace all around the world and our one and only Creator Lord & Master in heaven can be pleased.  
Anurita's speeches were aired on the International Channels present to cover the Event.
All present dignitaries and participants and Anurita signed the WORLD PEACE RESOLUTION TODAY.  Anurita stated that
we have already gotten 500K signatures worldwide from peaceloving people and are expected to increase this number to
over 2 Million before the end of the year.


Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a meeting Topic: Urban Energy Systems:  Challenges and Solutions for
Zero-Carbon Cities held at the German Mission on June 2, 2016 in Manhattan, New York City.

Many municipalities have decided on ambitious goals to become climate neutral within the next few decades. Although
Germany and most other European countries have significantly and measurably increased their renewable energy fraction in
the electricity -- less so in the heating sector, urban energy demand has not decreased significantly. The main topics of this
symposium were based on these most pressing issues in the urban energy sector. They include research on energy
efficiency strategies and urban refurbishment scenarios, city-wide energy demand and consumption mapping and
monitoring, planning tool development based on 3D city models, optimization of building performance by advanced
automation concepts, and the integration of renewable energy sources in urban energy networks.


Prof. Dr. Ursula Eicker - Professor, Centre for Sustainable Energy Technology HFT Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences

Michael Bobker - Director of the Building Performance Lab CUNY, Senior Fellow at the CUNY Institute for Urban Systems

Prof. Charles Vörösmarty -  Professor, Department of Civil Engineering; Director, CUNY Environmental CrossRoads
Initiative City University of New York (CUNY)

Prof. Dr. Volker Coors - Professor, Competence Centre Geodesy and Geoinformatics HFT Stuttgart University of Applied

Dr. Kurt Becker - Vice Dean for Research, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship,  Professor in the Dept. of Mechanical and
Aerospace Engineering and in the Dept. of Applied Physics NYU Tandon School of Engineering


Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to an Event:  Pakistani Squash Star Maria Toorpakai Wazir - Hitting Hard; The Girl Who Defied the
Taliban on June 6, 2016 at the UN Headquarters in Manhattan, New York City.

In the Taliban controlled area of Waziristan sports for women are decried un-Islamic and girls rarely leave their homes. But
she did, by pretending to be a boy. She's now a world-renowned athlete and a flashpoint in her country's battle over
feminine identity.  Her name is Maria Toorpakai Wazir, the young woman known as Genghis Khan.

Maria Toorpakai is a professional squash player, currently ranked as Pakistan's number one female player and among the
top fifty players in the world. She resides and trains in Toronto, Canada, under former professional squash player Jonathon
Power. Toorpakai recently released an autobiography titled A Different Kind of Daughter, and is the sister of Ayesha Gulalai,
who is the first tribal and youngest woman to sit in the Pakistani Parliament.


Dr. Anurita Kapur invited to and attended a Monarch Conference. The Topic was: Economics of Culture and Spirit of Peace
Agenda with African Union as the Permanent Observer to the United Nations.  The Conference was attended by over 26
Kings and Queens of the African Continent and the Imperial Kings and the Imperial Queens of Nigeria.  Held on June 10, 2016 at
the UN Headquarters and at the African Union Building in Manhattan, New York City.
Anurita was proud to be infront of 26 Kings of Nigeria & Africa, she had meetings with them for a mutual benefit of the countries.

Present Dignitaries:   
H.E. Ambassador Anthony Bosah (Acting Ambassador) Charge d' Affaires Permanent Mission of Nigeria to the United Nations.
Head of the Mission - H.E. Ambassador Tete Antonio, African Union Permanent Observer to the United Nations.

Keynote Addresses:
Secretary of the National Council of Nigerian Traditional Rulers:  His Royal Majesty, Oba, Adedapo Aderemi A. A. - Alayemore of Ido.  

Message of Danny Glover (Movie, Producer, Actor, Activist, Philanthropist).  Power of Dreams Award by Dr. Sanchez, President of CARICOM

Ambassador Djoken, President of U.S. Federation of UNESCO Clubs, Centers and Associations (African Traditional Leaders and Global Peace)

His Royal Highness Oba James Oladipo Aroko-Ola Buremoh, Ajagungbade 1, The Onidera of Idera, State of the Youthsin Kwara State, Nigeria.
Ambassador Wompimeequin Wampatuck of the United Indigenous peoples and Tribes of the Americas to the United Nations.

His Imperial Majesty, King Oba, Dr. Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife and the Imperial Queen.  Chairman of the National Council of
Nigerian Traditional Rulers.  He spoke about the Monarch's Objectives, Goals, Vision, and Call to Action.  Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, Ooni of
Ife is a Nigerian accountant and the 51st Ooni of Ife.  He succeeded the late Oba Okunade Sijuwade who died on July 28, 2015.  The Vanguard
Newspaper described him as "an astute entrepreneur driven by turning impossibilities to ‘possibilities’".  His reign has been marked by a number of
modern and progressive.  
On June 12, 2016, Ọọni was presented with the key of the City of Somerset, Franklin Township in New Jersey and honoured with the proclamation
of the town of Franklin along side his wife Olori Wuraola Ogunwusi (Yeyelua).

Ọọ̀ni Ògúnwùsì hails from Giesi Royal Family, one of the four royal families in Ilé-Ifẹ̀, Osun State, Nigeria. The last Ọọ̀ni from the family was Ọọ̀ni Dérin
Ọlọ́gbẹ́nlá (1880-1894).  Ọba Ògúnwùsì assumed the title of Òjájá (II). Ojaja (I) was from Agbedegbede Compound, Irẹmọ Quarters (the ancestral
home of the Giesi). His father is Prince Rọ́pò Ògúnwùsì, a veteran broadcaster. He is the third son in a family of six. He has three sisters.

He has a daughter, Adéọlá Àánúolúwapọ̀ Ògúnwùsì, born in Ibadan, in May 1994, to Omolara Olatubosun with whom he has been a co-parent.

He was married from 2008 to 2016 to Adebukunola Bombata.  He is now currently married to Wuraola Zynab Otiti, a marriage reportedly arranged by the
Oracle.  The wedding took place in Benin City while the reception held in Ile-Ife.

Her Royal Highness Queen Pulcherie Simpson (Maman Benin).  Queen of Benin.

His Royal Highness King James Oladipo Aroko-Ola Buremoh.

Prince Azk Adekoya, prepared an all day celebration starting at 10 a.m with a press conference with the His Imperial majesty Ooni of Ife.  Then, from
12-6, there was a Monarch Conference on: Economics and the
“Spirit of Peace Agenda”.  Within the conference there were a series of performances by
New York songstress Amanda Holey, singing the “Star Spangled Banner”, following the African Union anthem and preceding the Nigerian National.
Anthem, both sang beautifully by Beverly Lemoha.
“The Mother Drum of Africa", Ayanbinrin’s performance, made Kings, and Queens dance in the
conference room, along with everyone whose pulse instantly synced to the rhythm of the beat. There were also multi cultural performance by different
representatives of the United Nations creating a harmonic melody fit for Kings.

Anurita made statements for the ocassion on the international Channels present there.  Anurita said, "It was such an honor to be an active
participant of the Monarch Conference with such high Royalties and diversity of cultures.  I was honored today being in front of 26 Kings,
also including:  His Imperial Majesty, King Oba, Dr. Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, the Ooni of Ife, his Imperial Queen and his three
sisters the Princesses. His Royal Highness James Oladipo Aroko-Ola Buremoh-Onidera of Idera, Native American Indigenous leader,
Ambassador Wampatuck Wômpimeequin, and President of the UCT, and representative of the Chinese Community, Li Ying Li. The entire
night, people were literally falling to their feet, and showing the highest level of respect possible to the Kings that blessed the room.  King
Ooni of Ife had a fleet of police cars and full security escorting him to the building, followed by the 97 people in his entourage, drumming
and bowing and crying from the joy of his presence.  NFL players, U.S. Congressmen, Senators, Television stations, and other outlets of
media are here to acknowledge the most influential people in the world.  During the Conference, members of the Royal Families were kind
enough to meet me and I had great business meetings today with them.  I got invitations from most of the Kings to visit Nigeria, their
regions and other African Countries.  I have graciously accepted to visit their respective countries for the mutual benefits of the countries.  
May there be Peace & Harmony on Earth and among the entire creations of our Lord.  Thank you."



Dr. Anurita Kapur as a member of the Committee on Mental Health was invited to and she attended on World Refugees Day
2016.  Theme was: CHILDREN AND MENTAL HEALTH.  The special viewing of the movie:  The Dark Matter of Love.  Held
on June 9, 2016 at the Church Center of the United Nations in Manhattan, New York City.  Sponsored by The Committee on
Mental Health.

Special Viewing: The Dark Matter of Love
A documentary on the psychological aspects of growing up with and without parental love. It centers around the Diaz family,
who chooses to adopt three orphans from Russia, and how their new and old kids handle family together. Dr. Robert Marvin
uses Attachment based interventions to assist the family.