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Kazakh leader lauds Vatican commitment to inter-faith dialogue

Catholic World News - September 06, 2012

Kazakhstan's President Nursultan Nazarbaev has praised Vatican contributions to inter-faith dialogue, during a meeting of the annual Congress of Leaders of the World's Traditional Confessions, held in Astana, the nation’s capital.

Nazarbaev thanked the Vatican for offering support to his inter-faith initiative, during a meeting with Cardinal Angelo Sodano, the dean of the College of Cardinals. Cardinal Sodano, the retired Vatican Secretary of State, was in Astana as the Vatican’s representative for the congress.

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