Mayor Ramón Guerrero Martínez and Councilor Guadalupe Anaya Hernández were present to watch the presentations prepared by students and teachers.
Officials, military and naval officers, parents, teachers, and students, listened with pride as the national anthem was performed by indigenous groups that are part of the Puerto Vallarta community. There was also a musical interpretation of the Wixarika group, how are Huichol, sharing their traditional songs with the attendees at the event.
A parade of flags from UN member countries was also performed and accompanied by the Puerto Vallarta Municipal Band.
Councilor Anaya said that today was an important day in the world, the anniversary of the body that brings together 193 nations committed to international peace, the fight against hunger, disease and illiteracy, and promotes the welfare of women and children around the world.
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“Today the UN fights tirelessly to promote the respect and freedoms of everyone, the common goal of everyone is peace. At this time there are 193 countries working with the UN to tackle climate change and create sustainable development, provide food to 90 million people in 80 countries, vaccinating 58 percent of the world’s children, and saving 3 million lives every year,” she said.
She added, “This is just one example of how we can change the world by working together with one common goal, with no prejudice, distinction or ideologies; peace unites us and blinds us.”
The director of the British School, Beatriz Gonzalez Yrizar, thanked city officials for being part of the celebration, along with Deputy Director of Education for choosing the school as the host for the special event.