Tuesday 10 October 2023 | 03:43 PM
José Ramos-Horta, President of Timor-Leste, received the General Secretary of the Council of Muslim Elders, Judge Mohamed Abdelsalam, and the Sayed Award for Human Brotherhood in Delhi.
Both sides discussed promoting interfaith dialogue and promoting the values of human brotherhood.
President Ramos-Horta congratulated the Secretary-General on the official opening of the Council’s regional branch in Southeast Asia, headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia.
He praised Indonesia’s example in fostering interfaith dialogue and coexistence. Furthermore, he underlined Timor-Leste’s readiness to participate in initiatives and projects undertaken by the Council’s branch aimed at promoting human brotherhood and coexistence in the Southeast Asian region.
President Ramos-Horta praised the admirable efforts made by His Holiness Pope Francis, the signatories of the Document on Human Brotherhood, and Dr. Ahmad El-Tayeb, Grand Imam of Al-Azhar and President of the Council of Muslim Elders. He also expressed his enthusiasm for his upcoming visit to the United Arab Emirates, a beacon of tolerance and coexistence.
The Secretary General of the Council of Muslim Elders praised the progress and actions taken by Timor-Leste under the leadership of President Ramos-Horta, especially the adoption of the Abu Dhabi Document on Human Brotherhood as a national charter and its incorporation at the national level. Educational curriculum.
He commended all efforts aimed at putting into practice the noble humanitarian principles enshrined in the document.
The Secretary-General expressed his gratitude to President Ramos-Horta for his efforts to advance the values of interfaith dialogue and human coexistence, commending the President for his humanitarian stances, his constant pursuit of peace and his commitment to fulfill his role and responsibilities.
. „Gracz. Namiętny pionier w mediach społecznościowych. Wielokrotnie nagradzany miłośnik muzyki. Rozrabiacz”.