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http://www.mospat.ru/ru/2010/03/25/news15159/ DECR Vice Chairman met with Russia's ambassador to Guatemala 3/25/2010 On March 24, 2010, Igumen Ryabykh, Vice Chairman of the MP's Dept. of ExternalAffairs, met in DECR's offices with Russia's Ambassador Extraordinary andPlenipotentiary in the Republic of Guatemala, N.M., Vladimir.During the extensive interview they discussed prospects of cooperation betweenthe Russian Orthodox Church and Guatemala in light of the meeting of HisHoliness Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia, Kirill, with Guatemalan PresidentAlvaro Colom Caballeros, March 22, 2010 at the Christ the Savior Cathedral.According N.M. Vladimir, meeting the Primate of the Russian Church made a strongimpression on the Guatemalan leader and his accompanying delegation.The diplomat expressed a readiness to assist in increasing the presence ofRussian Orthodoxy in Guatemala. He described the activities of Holy Trinitywomen's monastery under the Patriarchate of Antioch, the only Orthodox parish inthis Central American country, which cares for the and Russian-speakingdiaspora. N.M. Vladimir also stated that in Guatemala there is a large groupof people, including representatives of the indigenous Indian population, readyto embrace Orthodoxy. Igumen Philip thanked the guests for being mindful of development ofcooperation between the Moscow Patriarchate and Guatemala. The Cleric offered toorganize a trip to Russia for Guatemalans wanting to adopt the Orthodox faithso they couldВ familiarize themselves with church tradition and visit holyplaces.The meeting was also attended by members of the Secretariat for DECR abroad M.H.Palacio [Miguel Palacio, who had earlier interviewed Metropolitan Jonah].
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