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The European Union will continue, with a view to promote peace, stability and security, to deepen and expand the dialogue with the Holy See both bilaterally and in multilateral fora such as the UN.
Noting the close cooperation between the Pontifical Council for Culture of the Holy See and Heydar Aliyev Foundation the sides underlined the invaluable role of Azerbaijan's First Vice-President Mehriban Aliyeva in the further development of cooperation to this end.
The United States provides no development assistance to the Holy See.
The Holy See will try and help to identify best practices," O'Malley said.
Palestinian officials have expressed concern over the meeting between the Holy See and Israel and the results concerning the state of East Jerusalem.
In July, the Vatican took the highly unusual step of recalling its ambassador to Ireland after Prime Minister Enda Kenny accused the Holy See of obstructing investigations into sexual abuse by priests.
The Government expects the fullest cooperation from the Holy See, the Catholic Church in Ireland and all other relevant bodies with a view to ensuring that Ireland is a society fully safe for children and minors," it added.
The recalling of the nuncio," Benedettini said, is "a measure rarely used by the Holy See" and "denotes the seriousness of the situation, and the desire of the Holy See to deal with it with objectivity and determination.
Americans are the most generous donors to the Holy See, and many contributions from other countries are denominated in dollars.
In Papal Diplomacy and the Quest for Peace, Robert Araujo and John Lucal provide a punctilious historical survey of the efforts of the holy see to attain the Pax Christi at the international level.
The letter from the Holy See, dated April 2001, reported widely in the last few days, concerns the procedures of church tribunals and their disciplines and penalties.
The Holy See has acquired such recognition and authority primarily because of its long-standing involvement in world affairs over the last thousand years.
Your contacts with various agencies of the Holy See and with myself personally have been much appreciated, and have shown how close the cause of refugees is to your heart,'' the pontiff wrote.