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Active Bratislava Evening+Morning: Will Europe's HeartLand Start an EU-Renaissance Move ?

Written by ACM
Thursday, 15 September 2016

*Bratislava/1st EU-27 Summit/Angelo Marcopolo/- Various last-minute, Intense, but "Informal", both Evening "Diners", ToNight,  and Early Morning "Meetings", Tomorrow, as a source from the current EU rotating Presidency by Slovakia (July - December 2016) told "Eurofora", just Before a Crucial, First in History Post-PREXIT Summit of EU 27 Heads of State/Government in Bratislava, a splendid Natural, both Historic and Modern Capital City at Europe's Heartland.

By a Coincidence, while EU Institutions, National Political Leaders and Citiizens are currently Challenged to "Save" or ReVitalize Europe, even the current Pope Francis' reportedly gave a landmark Message about "European Humanism", while Emerit Pope Benedict published a Book with a German Collegue experienced in an Historic "Light for the World", earlier published text.


(Current Pope Francis + Pope-Emeritus Benedict pictured Together at a Bratislava Hostel)


Meanwhile, about 1.500 Journalists have reportedly seeked to obtain Press Accreditation to this 1st EU-27 Summit, (the last one without the UK having been held more than 42 Years ago), which has notioriously to Start Facing urgently a set of Historic new Challenges for Europe, attracting the interest of Collegues from all over the World, (most of whom are expected to arrive Tomorrow, Friday Morning, at the Public Opening of the Official Part of the Summit), even from China and Japan, etc...





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Brixen-Bressnone/ACM/10 August 2008


Pope Benedict XVI launched a call "in the name of the common Christian heritage" of "all Christians", to "immediately stop military actions", and "resolutely take, the road of negotiation and dialogue", with "Initiatives" for a "peaceful and sustainable solution" in South Ossetia.

It's with "profound anxiety" that we read "the news, more and more dramatic", on "these tragic events ..which have caused many innocent victims and obliged a great number of civilians to leave their homes". All involved must "avoid to cause more, and worse sufferings to the population", he said.



He warned against "more violent confrontations and retaliations, which may degenerate in a conflict of even larger scope".


To avoid this risk, "the International Community and the most inffuent countries" should "make every effort to support and promote .. initiatives" for a stable Peace, he stressed, shortly before his visit to France, where President Nicolas Sarkozy is the current EU chair.

"Together with our Orthodox brothers, we pray for these aims, and we entrust them to the intercession of her sanctity, virgin Mary, Mother of Jesus and of all Christians", he concluded.


Pope Benedict XVI spoke in front of more than 12.000 People during the Angelus of an Open-air Mass at Brixen-Bressalone (north of Italy), at the end of his short stay at the Alpes, close to German chancelor Angie Merkel's restplace, where he received the visits of two f.Italian Presidents, Ciampi and Cossiga, together with Minister Tremonti.


Pope's spokesman, Federico Lombardi, said ttesterday that he highlighted Brixen-Bressanone's synthesis, a peaceful and mutually enriching meeting point of many cultures, as "a model for Europe".






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