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Thu, 06 Sep 2018 17:28 - Updated Thu, 06 Sep 2018 17:28

Angola conveys its experience of peace in Paris

Luanda - Angola will convey its experience on the culture of peace and inter-religious dialogue during the International Conference on Peace set for 17 - 19 this month at UNESCO headquarters in Paris, France.

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Sita José, Angolan ambassador to UNESCO

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Under the initiative of the permanent delegations to the organisation, with stress to African and Asian continents, the event will focus on intercultural and inter-religious dialogue and education for a world of peace, harmony and tolerance.

The Angola's ambassador to UNESCO, Sita José, told Angop on Thursday that the country will seize the opportunity to pass on its experience on the intervention of the church in the process of consolidating peace in partnership with the States.

"The event will enable the countries to convey their experiences on promotion of intercultural and inter-religious dialogue as well as the role of education in the consolidation and building  of peace, harmony and community life," he said.

The diplomat added that Angola has been asked to bring its experience related to process of peace and reconciliation with the contribution of the churches, for the conquest and preservation of peace.

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