Pope meets with head of Madagascar's government
Catholic World News - April 26, 2013
Pope Francis met on April 26 with Andry Nirina Rajoelina, the president of the transitional government of Madagascar.
A brief Vatican statement released after the meeting indicated that the conversation had focus on “Madagascar's efforts in the quest for stability and democracy, greater economic development, and reconstruction of international relations,” as well as the work of the Catholic Church there.
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