Rugby World Cup PR event at UN Headquarters September 6th, 13:00
Prior to the opening of the first Rugby World Cup in Japan, the United Nations headquarters in New York sent a message that diplomats and children from various countries, including Japan, interacted in rugby and aimed for a peaceful world through sports. .
Before the Rugby World Cup Japan tournament kicks off on the 20th of this month, the United Nations headquarters in New York, USA, hosted by the UN representatives in Japan and Australia on the 5th, diplomats, UN officials and their families around 100 People participated and interacted with 7-person rugby.
A former Australian player, Campige, participated in the game, and when he was 57 years old, he showed off his old skillful feint, and the team of staff of the United Nations mission in Japan wearing a cherry jersey tried with a quick pass. Raised the audience.
UN Ambassador Bessho devoted himself to support, saying, “Sporting is an expression of peace. Next year there will be the Tokyo Olympics. We sent a message to aim for the world.
People from each participating country said, “Sports bring people together.” Campigage said, “Probably Japan will advance to the semi-final for the first time. Ale was sent to the host country Japan.