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Pope’s address to new Ambassadors

Ready access to vaccines for all

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07 January 2022
“It is important that the international community intensify its efforts of cooperation so that all people will have ready access to vaccines”, Pope Francis stressed during his discourse to seven new Ambassadors whom he received in Audience in the Clementine Hall on Friday morning, 17 December. The new ambassadors who presented their Letters of Credence to the Holy Father are from Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Namibia, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Chad and Guinea-Bissau. The following is the English text of the Pontiff’s words. Your Excellencies, I am pleased to receive you for the presentation of the Letters accrediting you as Ambassadors Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of your countries to the Holy See: Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Namibia, Lesotho, Luxembourg, Chad and Guinea-Bissau. I kindly ask you to convey my sentiments of esteem to your respective ...

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