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Holy See celebrates its National Day

Holy See celebrates its National Day

Dubai (WAM)

Holy See celebrated its National Day yesterday at Expo 2020, in the presence of the Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, Sheikh Nahyan Mubarak Al Nahyan to welcome Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Secretary General of the Expo 2020 Dubai and Secretary of the Vatican.
Expo 2020 began with official ceremonies at Al Wasl Square, the heart of Dubai, with flags of the United Arab Emirates and the Holy See, followed by official speeches. On this occasion, His Excellency Sheikh Nahyan Mubarak Al Nahyan said: “The participation of the Holy See embodies the concept of brotherhood and unity as the main way to establish peace around the world. The pavilion offers an exciting experience for Juarez, highlighting its importance. Inter-religious dialogue, and shows values ​​that unite people regardless of their race, creed or religion. He added: The United Arab Emirates and Holy See are united by a common vision of achieving the values ​​of peaceful coexistence and brotherhood and the goals of sustainable development. Among us are various areas of common priority, including education, health care and youth empowerment. Cardinal Pietro Parolin said: “My presence here is a sure sign of appreciation for the Holy See in the United Arab Emirates, and I am here to witness the many relationships that have developed between us, despite our differences, but we have become closer to one another. More than ever, because the values ​​we perceive are an important reference. He added: “We are no doubt different in our cultural roots, religious beliefs and our history, but we have chosen to know more about each other and we are committed to finding similarities that contribute to peace. The international community, and for this reason, diplomatic relations between the Holy See and the United Arab Emirates fifteen years ago. Cardinal Parolin emphasized that the presence of the Holy See at “Expo 2020 Dubai” was not for symbolic and cultural, economic or business purposes. The speeches were followed by a concert by the Ludwig von Beethoven Quartet expressing divine gratitude. Expo 2020 The Holy See Pavilion in Dubai celebrates communication and understanding between people and ethnic groups, and its message is based on spreading the message of peace, brotherhood, communication and peaceful coexistence between cultures and religions. Individual ethnic groups and nations. Enjoy one of the most famous art murals in the world, from rare illuminated manuscripts.

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