Noida : A powerful International event under the banner of ICMEI in association with AAFT and Ministry of External Affairs and Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India took place at Noida Film City.
The Global Art and Cultural Summit brought 19 countries together to speak the common language of Love, Peace And Unity through Art and Culture informed Sandeep Marwah President of International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry to international press.
The second session brought different experiences of all the 45 delegates of 19 countries on the table of the house. Delegates from Russia, Nepal, Tajikistan and Botswana inaugurated the second session.
“We have special love for India as big brother. We have no boundaries as far as cultural exchange is concerned. Marwah has been nominated by the Prime Minister of Nepal to represent us in India,” said Umesh Bhandari from Nepal.
“We are thankful to Government of India to support us to be here in India, is the first step towards cultural exchange, a summit of this level is the second step for the promotion of this idea,” said Shifo Belmurodova from Tajikistan.
“African countries love Indian Cinema. Being today in film studios is like dream come true. I will never forget this visit to India. I am excited to tell my friends my visit to Marwah Studios,” said Lechedzani Senonyane from Botswana.
“Need to promote Indian cinema more to Russia. We have not forgotten old Indian Stars and Indian culture through cinema. Summit has revised our deep liking for Indian culture and cinema,” said Gaiane Asatrian from Russia.
Later Sandeep Marwah honored all the delegates with the life membership of WPDRF- World Peace Development And Research Foundation and the memento of Summit. All the delegates together honored Sandeep Marwah with the title Global Art And Cultural Minister.
Delegates from nineteen countries including Nepal, Uganda, Peru, Afghanistan, Niger, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Ghana, Tajikistan, Russia, Uzbekistan, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Ethiopia, Kiribati, Kenya, Azerbaijan and India were attending this summit where every one was deeply involved. The theme of the summit was Love Peace And Unity through Art And Culture.