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MOSCOW, August 20 (Itar-Tass) —— An important step towards reconciliation and establishing a dialogue between the Polish and Russian people was made by the heads of the Russian Orthodox Church and the Polish Catholic Church signing a joint message to the Poles and the Russians in Warsaw on August 17. “It is great that the document is aimed for settling relations,” Boris Filippov, assistant professor of the world history department of the Orthodox Saint Tikhnon Humanitarian University, told Itas-Tass on Monday, summing up the results of the historic visit of Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia to Poland.
“The document signed in Warsaw is the beginning of the road. It is necessary to realize the need, the importance of these goodneighbor relations for this road to lead to positive results,” the expert said.