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To actively support reconciliation in support of peaceful coexistence in Europe,
He noted leading initiatives and forums hosted by Bahrain that have resulted in fruitful results contributed to bolstering dialogue, coexistence and ensuring religious freedom.
The spiritual leadership said that many erroneous practices have become widespread in terms of religious, moral, social, and nationalist behavior, and these practices threaten the legacy of tolerance, compassion, and coexistence set by the ancestors.
Attendees spoke about the spirituality of religions, particularly Islam, and their messages of peace and coexistence.
According to a press release issued by Chinese Embassy here on Sunday, in 1954, leaders of China, India and Myanmar initiated the Five Principles, including mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, mutual non-aggression, non-interference in each other's internal affairs, equality and mutual benefit, and peaceful coexistence.
The Kurdish list of Brotherhood and Coexistence consists of eight political sides competing for 39 seats at the provincial council in the province.
Clearly, we are on our way to a terrible Middle East, not a new one: A Middle East where the experience of coexistence between the various components collapses, portending torn countries and torn maps.
The company also announced that it has opened its verification test environment for coexistence to the public.
HD-PLC Alliance has already provided certification service of this coexistence specification, known as Inter-System Protocol (ISP), which is mandatory in the IEEE 1901 standard.
August 6, 2011 (KHARTOUM) -- President Omer Hassan Al-Bashir reaffirmed Sudan's keenness for peaceful coexistence with the nascent state in South Sudan stressing that the historical ties between the two states would consolidate peace and stability between the two neighbours.
In a communique published on Saturday, the Ministry considers that Tunisia has always been a place of coexistence between races and nationalities and of dialogue between civilizations, religions and cultures.