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Pope analyzes revolts in Middle East with President of Lebanon

The two spoke privately for about 30 minutes. According to the Vatican, they have highlighted the importance of collaboration and dialogue between Christians and Muslims, and stressed that “the presence of Christians and Muslims in Lebanon is a message of freedom and respectful coexistence throughout the Middle East. The official statement underlines the importance of civil and religious authorities to educate the consciences for peace and reconciliation. Sleiman was accompanied by his wife. He gave the Pope a sixteenth century gold and ivory incense burner, which came from a Maronite monastery. CB-JMB/AE CTV -BN-