During the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, a significant gathering took place at the residence of Rabbi Pinto in New York. Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei, along with top government officials from Guatemala and numerous guests, attended the event. Utilizing his visit to the UN General Assembly, the President took the opportunity to seek the Rabbi’s blessing at his home. Accompanying Rabbi Pinto at the gathering were his sons, Rabbi Yoel Moshe Pinto, who is set to succeed him, and Rabbi Meir Eliyahu Pinto.
Additionally, Rabbi Pinto’s daughter, Yehudit Simcha, presented the President of Guatemala with a unique gift. Notable figures who also participated in the event included Guatemala’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mario Boccaro, Chief Rabbi Yoshiayao Yosef Pinto
of Morocco, Belarusian Opposition Leader Svetlana Tsikhanouskaya, Imam of Peace, Global Vice President of the Imam Council Mohammed Tawaidi, and Guatemala’s Commissioner for Religious Freedom Rev. Robin Garcia. The prestigious gathering at Rabbi Pinto’s Manhattan residence was attended by other prominent individuals such as crypto billionaire Brooke Pierce, actress Marla Maples, Newsmax TV CEO Chris Ruddy, producer and initiator of the meeting Yaakov Palitchkin, various television personalities, ambassadors from numerous countries, elected officials from New York, and other guests. During the event, Rabbi Pinto expressed his joy in welcoming the President of Guatemala, whom he described as a wise and esteemed individual.
Rabbi Yoshiayao Yosef Pinto further addressed the complex global situation, emphasizing that the world’s challenges stem from both external and internal forces. According to Rabbi Pinto, the world was divided into 70 regions, each governed by an angel responsible for seeking prosperity and well-being for their respective regions. When an angel fails in their duties, it leads to difficult times and conflicts between countries.
The Rabbi also mentioned that when celestial angels engage in disputes, it mirrors the occurrence of global conflicts. Rabbi Pinto urged individuals to focus on personal growth and self-improvement, emphasizing that moral values should keep pace with the world’s progress. By striving to be better individuals and radiating positivity, people can have a positive impact on the world. In conclusion, Rabbi Pinto extended his blessings to the President of Guatemala and all the esteemed guests, expressing his belief in their ability to make a positive difference in the world.