World Council of Churches calls for an immediate end to the current armed hostilities

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The World Council of Churches has come out to strongly denounce any and every use of deadly armed force to resolve disputes that could be resolved by dialogue.

“We firmly believe that dialogue – based on the principles of international law and respect for established national borders – was and is the proper path for the resolution of tensions surrounding Ukraine. We call for an immediate end to the current armed hostilities, and for the protection of all human lives and communities threatened by this violence.” Prof. Ioan Sauca

Prof. Sauca who is the Acting General Secretary of World Council of Churches, urged all member churches and all people of good will around the world to join in prayer for peace for the people of Ukraine and the region.

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