Peace Envoy

In 1973, Dr. Suchart Kosolkitiwong was appointed the “Peace Envoy of the World of Divinity” by the Supreme Lord of the Spiritual World. After the appointment, with his high responsibility, Dr. Suchart Kosolkitiwong started working immediately for world peace in time for the current political world situation.

Appointed by World Organizations

When Dr. Suchart communicated with foreign countries, his idea and works were approved by great organizations and prominent people of the world. He was appointed the following positions:

The First Time:

The World Constitution and Parliament Association (WCPA) held its 4th Annual Conference in New Delhi, India between 21st-24th February 1981. At this conference, a delegate presented an urgent motion for the WCPA worldwide campaign for World Constitution to be adopted by world citizens. There had to be a person travelling to promote better understanding with the governments around the world. He requested the Conference to submit anyone so that the parliament would unanimously adopt the motion. No one was presented to be elected. A senator of Bombay presented to establish temporary Committee to choose an appropriate person hereafter by having a Committee from 5 nations consisted of Sri Lanka, Mexico, India, America and Australia.
The Conference continued on February 24th, 1981 at 16.30 hrs. Dr. T. P. Amera-singhe, Bar-at-Law and Attorney-at-Law of the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka, declared at the Forum to the plenary session, “By a special resolution unanimously adopted by a Trustee, we (the World Constitution and Parliament Association), in recognizing the grand work for peace he has already performed and in believing that as an Ambassador for Peace he can advance the process of obtaining ratification of the Constitution for the Federation of Earth and the call for a Provisional World Parliament to meet in 1982, are pleased to appoint Dr. Suchart Kosolkitiwong, President of the International Federation of Religions, as Peace Envoy of the Association under the Resolution passed at the New Delhi Conference of the Association held between February 21st -24th, 1981.”

The Second Time:

 At the First Session of the Provisional World Parliament in Brighton, England on 4th-17th September 1982, the plenary voted unanimously confirming the appointment of the Hon. Dr. Suchart Kosolkitiwong as “World Peace Envoy.”

The Third Time:

 At the Second Session of the Provisional World Parliament in New Delhi, India on March 15th-29th, 1985, the delegates carried out unanimously the motion to confirm the appointment of the Hon.Dr. Suchart Kosolkitiwong to serve the special position of “WORLD PEACE ENVOY.”

The Fourth Time:

At its meeting held at Denver Marriott West Colorado, U.S.A., from June 27th to 29th, 1986, the Executive Cabinet of the World Constitution and Parliament Association had passed a special resolution to re-elect Dr. Suchart Kosolkitiwong “World Peace Envoy” for the fourth time in succession.

The Fifth Time:

Dr. Suchart Kosolkitiwong was appointed “World Peace Envoy” again from unanimous decision of the 3rd Provisional World Parliament of the WCPA met at Fontainbleau Hilton Hotel in Miami, Florida, U.S.A. on 23rd of June, 1987 which Dr. Suchart Kosolkitiwong attended from 18th-28th June 1987.

The Sixth Time:

At the Congress of the Executive Committee of WCPA at its headquarters, Lakewood, Colorado , U.S.A. from the 17th-19th June 1990. The Congress decided for Dr. Suchart Kosolkitiwong to continue to be the World Peace Envoy.

The Seventh Time:

In the ceremony of accepting the Honourary Medal “Summa Cum Lude” from Dr. Edward C. Yang, Rector of John Dewey University of the U.S.A. at Samnak Poo Sawan on the 30th of March, 1991. Dr. Reinhart Ruge, President of WCPA read the announcement in praise of the World Peace Envoy’s work and appointed him the World Peace Envoy for the seventh time. Later in May 1991 in WCPA’s assembly, there was a decision to certify appointment of the World Peace Envoy another time.
After that, in the Provisional World Parliament of WCPA’s assembly and every yearly conference of WCPA, there had been attestation of appointment of the World Peace Envoy to be known even though he had ordained as a Buddhist monk.
Dr. Suchart Kosolkitiwong’s appointment as “World Peace Envoy” by the world conference was due to the fact that those prominent world leaders had realized, from their meeting and conferences together with him, that he had a firm, initiative plan to invite religious, peace and political leaders from all over the world to attend the World Eternal Peace Conference, to halt the World War III which would likely break out soon.

The Appointment of the Permanent World Peace Envoy

In the 6th Session of the Provisional World Parliament held at Bangkok Centre Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand on the 24th-27th of March, 2003 in the midst of the catastrophe of the world situation when the U.S.A. started to attack Iraq on the 20th of March, 2003, the Office of the World Peace Envoy and the Kuan Yin Inter-religious Park jointly organized the 60th Birthday Anniversary Celebration of the Most Ven. Ariyawanso Bhikkhu (Dr. Suchart Kosol-kitiwong) at the Kuan Yin Inter-religious Park, the headquarters of the Office of the World Peace Envoy. Among delegates of the Provisional World Parliament who joined the ceremony, there included members who had faith in the Most Ven. Ariyawanso Bhikkhu. Dr. T.P. Amerasinghe read the praise message the Most Ven. Ariyawanso Bhikkhu. Dr. Reinhart Ruge and Dr. T.P. Amerasinghe signed their names on the paper appointing the Most Ven. Ariyawanso Bhikkhu “Permanent World Peace Envoy” on 28th March 2003.