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Iranís policy is brotherly interaction with other divine religions

Iranís policy is brotherly interaction with other divine religions
Belgrade, Nov 16, IRNA Ė Iranís Ambassador to Serbia, in a meeting with Dean of TheologyCollege of Orthodox University, said that Iranís policy is brotherly interaction with other divine religions.
Majid Fahimpour accompanied with clergyman Hossein Dehnavi met with Radmir Popuvich here on Friday.

In the meeting, Fahimpour called for more contacts between Muslim and Christian scholars in the framework of seminars and dialogue between religions and invited Popuvich to visit Iran to get more acquainted with Iranís rich culture and civilization.

Popuvich, for his part, explained activities of the school and said that it was founded in 1920 and has been working in direction of protecting religious and cultural heritage of Orthodox faith.

He also said holding seminars between Islamic and Christian scholars is very constructive and expressed his school readiness to hold such gatherings.

By IRNA

 

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