GLOBAL PEACE SUMMIT 2017
Noida: It is the most appropriate occasion to release the first poster of Global Literary Festival Noida 2017 when delegation of 27 countries is working together on World Peace at Marwah Studios,” said Sandeep Marwah President of GLFN addressing a large gathering at Noida Film City.
A colorful poster handed over by Sushil Bharti festival Director to the foreign delegates was released to mark respect to the festival, which also carries a bye line of ‘Love, Peace And Unity Through Art And Culture’.
“Sandeep Marwah is a legendary figure, sharing dice is a life time opportunity. Global Literary festival is an another feather in the cap of Marwah,” said Nkurikiyumukiza Aphrodis delegate from Rwanda.
“We are feeling privileged to be part of not only Global Peace Summit but also now part of Global Literary Festival Noida. I am sure the festival will be as colorful as the poster itself,” added NeilBacchus delegate from Guyana.
“What a pleasure to be in India and part of World-renowned Marwah Studios. I wish Global Literary Festival a grand success and a wide reach,” said Rakotonirainy Tokiana delegate from Madagascar.
“We will try to be present on the D Day of the festival. Poster launching has encouraged us to be now part of the Global Literary festival,” expressed Bonno Pearl Kampure from Botswana.
The poster launching function was attended by foreign delegates from Afghanistan, Senegal, Swaziland, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Ethiopia, Nepal, Cote D’ lvoire, Fiji, Jamaica, Zimbabwe, Vietnam, Nigeria, Tanzania, Madagascar, Liberia, Trinidad & Tobago, Egypt, Guyana, Ghana, Tajikistan, Gabon, Botswana, South Sudan, Cameron and India.