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Macedonia plans Maharishi Central University
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4 August 2007
The Honourable Mayor of the city of Struga, Macedonia, Mr Ramiz Merko, on hearing from leaders of the Global Country of World Peace how to create invincibility for his country, has acted immediately and decisively. He plans to establish a Maharishi Central University for 3,500-4,000 students there, by a beautiful lake; and last week on Guru Purnima Day, he laid the foundation stone of the Tower of Invincibility. Mayor Merko said, 'It was a great pleasure that they offered to create the Maharishi campus in Struga.'
Mayor Merko described his multinational, multicultural city of 65,000 people in glowing terms. Located on the border of Albania and Greece, with an airport only seven kilometres from the city, and with Bulgaria, Serbia, and the Balkan countries nearby, it is ideally situated to serve as a centre of the Global Country of World Peace in Europe. He points out that the nearby lake is 4 million years old, recognized and protected by UNESCO. In addition to its clean air and lack of pollution, 'it is a very safe place. This is a city where we build good relationships with other nations. We have many companies and agriculture. Our most important [industry] is tourism which provides income . . . . It is a very innocent place. The people are pleasant and joyful. This comes from the environment itself.' He also pointed out that a very famous annual world poetry festival has been held there for the past 46 years.
'We will immediately start the building,' he says. They are working with the architect and arranging all details to ensure the project's success.
Dr Benjamin Feldman, Minister of Finance and Planning for the Global Country of World Peace, honoured the Mayor, explaining how knowledge comes from the Unified Field to govern from that unexpressed level. He also voiced the hope that Macedonia would become the third Centre of Invincibility for the world, and that delegates from all 133 countries that broke ground for their Towers of Invincibility could come in August to meet Mayor Ramiz, who is deeply loved and respected by his people. Promising 'technology that lets us sit around the table like a family with people 3,000 miles away, throughout the world,' Dr Feldman said, 'Through the Maharishi Central University and the Parliament of World Peace, you will be able to raise others to your level of leadership.'
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