Belmehdi signs the condolence book on the death of the former Pope of the Vatican – Al-Hiwar Al-Jazairia

Yesterday, Thursday, the Minister of Religious Affairs and Endowments, Youssef Belmehdi, at the Church of Our Lady of Africa in Algiers, signed a book of condolences following the death of former Pope Benedict XVI.

In the condolence text, Belmehdi praised the positions of Pope Benedict XVI in “serving the values ​​of peace and friendship among the peoples of the world and dialogue between religions in the context of respect and tolerance. These are the values ​​that the deceased worked to defend, not only as a papal message, but as immortal human values ​​that transcend the limits of narrow ideology.”

Thus, the deceased, whose name was added by the minister in golden letters, became entrenched in the history of the Vatican and in all human memory, and he also contributed effectively to strengthening the bonds of friendship between Algeria and the Vatican.

The minister expressed to the representatives of the Catholic Church in Algeria in particular and throughout the world, on behalf of the Algerian government, his sincere condolences and sincere feelings of sympathy and sympathy, and that “Algeria stands by the Vatican in these painful circumstances.”

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