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MOSCOW, January 30. /ITAR-TASS/. Participants in the 22nd International Christmas Readings hope that the situation in Ukraine “is being settled in peace and accord with the people’s will to allow the country to avoid a chaos, unlawfulness and bloodshed”.
“We’re sure that political passions will be unable to shake peoples’ spiritual unity. We’re convinced that the spirit of peace, brotherhood and single-mindedness will prevail the aspirations of separate politicians and political groups,” said document, which has been circulated upon completion of the International Christmas Readings.