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Spanish ambassador hopes to find answer to economic woes in Vatican proposals

EDUARDO GUTIÉRREZ SAÉNZ DE BURUAGA

Ambassador of Spain to the Holy See

"It's s a crisis of values, a family crisis and I think that's where the Vatican can provide interesting solutions or to remember past proposals such as 'Cartias in Veritate', which is a very important document to address in a profound way solving the socioeconomic problems of the world and for Spain in particular.�

Ambassador Gutiérrez believes that a new stage of constructive dialogue has begun between the two States.

EDUARDO GUTIÉRREZ SAÉNZ DE BURUAGA

Ambassador of Spain to the Holy See

"This government is more sensitive to the religious feeling of the majority of Spanish people, the government of Spain certainly has a very constructive and very positive attitude in its relations with the Holy See. I believe this understanding and positive attitude will be reflected at times of talks and discussions toward resolving any discrepancies.�

Facing the economic crisis together is a new stage of cooperation for these two States that have held relations for over 500 years, which also makes it the oldest embassy to the Holy See. 

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