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KAREKIN II, CATHOLICOS OF ALL ARMENIANS LEAVES FOR MOSCOW

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    AZG Armenian Daily #124, 05/07/2006 World Summit of Religious Leaders KAREKIN II, CATHOLICOS OF ALL ARMENIANS LEAVES FOR MOSCOW Catholicos of All Armenians
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      AZG Armenian Daily #124, 05/07/2006
      World Summit of Religious Leaders
      KAREKIN II, CATHOLICOS OF ALL ARMENIANS LEAVES FOR MOSCOW
      Catholicos of All Armenians Karekin II left for Moscow, Monday, to attend World Summit of Religious Leaders to be held at Moscow President Hotel July 3-5.
      Mother See of Holy Etchmiadzin press-service informed that the delegation of the Supreme Priesthood of the Armenian Apostolic Church (AAC), comprises also Leader of AAC Greek Diocese Archbishop Voskan Galpakyan, Leader of AAC Artsakh Diocese Archbishop Pargev Martirosyan, Mother See of Etchmiadzin Inter-confessional Ties Executive Archbishop Yeznik Petrosyan, a member of Supreme Spiritual Council, Judge of RA Constitutional Court Rafael Papayan, as well as Bishop Vigen Haikazyan. The latter will participate in the Summit as the head of the National Council of Churches of USA.
      Russian media report that over 100 Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Induist and Judaist leaders from Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Estonia, Armenia, Albania, Bahrein, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, Egypt, Israel, India, Iran, Italy, China, Romania, Syria, the US, Finland and Switzerland will discuss the role of faith and religion in modern society, ways to protect spiritual and moral values in the modern world, to fight terrorism and extremism, problems of religious education, support of family, gender equality and human rights, ways to reduce poverty, to protect environment, to fight drugs trafficking, diseases and mass proliferation of arms, to ensure dialogue of civilizations and religious communities, problems of globalization.
      The summit is organized by the Russian Orthodox Church and the Russian authorities.

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