Cyprus Archbishop Chrysostomos II will fly to Rome on Sunday for an audience with Pope Benedict XVI and the Prime Minister of the Vatican.

In statements to the press, Chrysostomos said that he will discuss with the Pope issues concerning the Church of Cyprus, Orthodoxy and Christianity in general.

The Archbishop noted that the 21st century is the century of dialogue, adding that “we must hold discussions and we are determined to talk to everyone, Christians and Muslims, and everybody concerned.“

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