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Vatican urges Romanian Govt to stop works at "threatening" building

Marţi, 5 decembrie 2006, 0:00

The Vatican has urged the Romanian Government publicly to stop the construction of an 18-storey building near a Catholic cathedral in Bucharest, reports. According to the Vatican statement, the construction works at the office building are threatening the physical stability of the St. Joseph Cathedral, which was built in the late 1800s. quotes the Vatican Secretariat of State, according to which “a rapid and satisfactory solution” was needed to protect the cathedral, which it calls a symbol of “the values of faith” not only for Catholics in Romania, “but for the entire Romanian population”.

By December 4, Vatican officials were still waiting for the Romanian Government to act in this regard, according to the website.

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